even though Cessna has been retired for almost a year, I didn’t call her school to let them know – I honestly didn’t see the point since we hadn’t heard from them in years.
I got a call a couple of weeks ago to “check in.” It may have been a call to let me know that it was time to consider retiring Cessna since she’ll be 12 at the end of October.
I personally think someone finally mentioned Rogue to a trainer. I don’t mind though.
The trainer asked how we are doing. I told her I had retired her back in October, but that I hadn’t called because I assumed it didn’t matter since I was planning on keeping her.
She said that they wanted to update my file, so were calling to make sure things were still up to date. I gave her my new address.
She said that they would send me Cessna’s adoption papers to make it “official.”
The papers arrived last week. In addition to saying that by adopting her I was no longer able to work her, it said that I am also responsible for paying for vet bills – which is funny because I have been paying the bills since I got her.
Now that I have signed the papers, with Arizona’s help, I guess Cessna is officially mine.
I hope we have several more years of adventures ahead of us.
They’ll no longer be working adventures, but they’ll be adventures nonetheless.