I am refusing to let these shorter days get in the way of my daily habit! Usually around 9 o'clock I am making a beautiful sunset jump- but instead, this week I have been taking advantage of the growing moon and making moon-rise jumps at 9 o'clock. I have to admit- night jumps create a sensation that I am not yet used to- it is extremely exciting for me to jump with a completely different sensory input. Time seems to move much slower while I am flying at night compared to the day light. And thanks to the moon- I am able to safely jump off a cliff and land with out any problems! Not to mention I am able to escape the heat wave in the night time :)
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