I don't know about you but, if you share the same sentiments, deciding to fly the coop and enter the single skies was somewhat intimidating. I found solace at first, with the idea that I had a lot of couple friends to go out and socialize with but I soon realized that it did not facilitate or promote meeting new people.
Like a little bird, I knew I had to leave the comfort of my nest and spread my own wings. With no mother to bring the worms to me, (pardon the analogy, but let me have the creative license here) I had to fly the coop and search for my own sustenance.
That’s when I found a new meaning for the phrase "birds of a feather flock together"and the advantage of the "V' flying pattern.
That’s what a wingman is! Instead of you flying the blue skies on your own, you are the center bird flying with the support of other feathered friends. You all soar together, yet the strategic distance and formation of the group allows for others to join.
I am going out with my wingman tonight..i suggest you grab a friend and do the same.
I love being the wingman for my friends and 36 5members alike. if you ever want my help.....let me know!
Write to me and I will swoop down and show you how to fly!