From her early years as a flight instructor, the story of a young woman who became a pioneer in the field of dreaming and flying, to her eventual career as a commercial airline pilot, has been a tale of overcoming obstacles and becoming the next generation of dreamers.
But in the latest chapter of her book, The Dreamer: A Dreamer’s Guide to the Next Generation of Dreamers, author Lila Johnson tells her story in a captivating new way.
In the book, Johnson describes how, when she was 14, she had a dream that she would be flying on an airplane in the future.
“The plane would take off and land at a airport in my hometown, Phoenix,” Johnson writes.
As Johnson recalls the event in her book (it’s available in the new paperback edition), the dream seems to come true: The young woman from Phoenix was in her mid-20s. “
I could see my friends and family there and they had their cameras rolling and were taking pictures of me and my friends as I was walking toward them, waving at me as if I was a little kid.”
As Johnson recalls the event in her book (it’s available in the new paperback edition), the dream seems to come true: The young woman from Phoenix was in her mid-20s.
The first day she was flying on a plane, she was greeted by police officers who greeted her with a wave and asked her if she had an idea of what the airport police would do if they found her.
Johnson’s father, a former airline pilot who worked as a pilot in New York City, had just completed a 10-hour flight when he woke up in his office with the idea of flying his daughter to Phoenix.
He knew it would be impossible for her to make it to the airport without a flight certificate.
Johnson explains how the couple’s love of flying led them to work on the plane they had envisioned and the plans they had for a trip to the city.
“They were very good at their craft, so we put together a plan for them to go on a flight, and we wanted to be ready for any problem that might arise,” Johnson said.
Johnson was a high school student in Phoenix when she got her first dream.
She was 14 years old, and was looking forward to going to the next year of college.
But then, as she sat in the pilot’s seat, she realized that she didn’t want to go to college.
“My mother had an epiphany,” Johnson wrote.
“She told me that her daughter was a student and had a desire to attend college.
‘If you want to attend the university, you’ll have to take a course,’ she told me, ‘but you have to stay on the airplane for the duration of the flight.'”
Johnson said she went home and started reading about the flight.
She began researching other people who had flown in the past and realized that this was a new type of dream.
Johnson realized that, even though it was difficult, flying in the air was not impossible.
She flew in the Air Force for two years, then got a commercial pilot’s license and landed her first commercial flight.
Johnson and her husband, Jim, had a son, Ryan, and the couple became very involved in the hobby of flying.
Johnson said that she learned to fly at the age of 12, and had been a student pilot for three years before her dream came true.
Johnson had the experience of flying in Phoenix, but the flight was not the first time she had dreamed of flying, she told the New York Times.
Johnson had always dreamed of taking the next step in her life, but it was the first dream of a lifetime.
Johnson, who is also a professional pilot, said she has no regrets.
“It is amazing to me that in my life I have had the opportunity to do what I love, but at the same time to achieve it,” Johnson told the Times.
“You get to know who you are, who you want, and what you want.”