Pilot Brooklyn has been flying since 1991.
The city of Orlando is his home, and it’s a place he loves.
But when his wife of 30 years dies of cancer in July, Pilot Brookelyn decided to spend a week in Orlando and return home to California.
Pilot Brooking says the trip was not just for the family, but also for the world at large.
The world has changed, and the world will not.
It’s a tough road to walk, and I don’t want to take it anymore.
The Pilot Brookes have been married for nearly 30 years.
But for the past seven days, Pilot and his wife have been spending time with family and friends in Orlando, California, and New York City, New York, traveling back and forth, driving, and catching up with family.
He says the journey has been tough and taxing, but he hopes to be back in the same place soon.
“It’s a difficult time for all of us,” he said.
“We’re going through a difficult year.
The worst part is that I can’t go anywhere without my wife and daughter, and we have to live with our own pain and uncertainty.”
The pilot’s wife has been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of lung cancer.
She is scheduled to undergo surgery next week.
Pilot says he and his family are grateful for the support from friends and loved ones, and they are looking forward to the next six months.
The trip has been scheduled for August and September.
Pilot said he has received lots of positive feedback from family, friends, and even from a group of Marines.
Pilot also says he has been offered a job in the U.S. Air Force.
He said he is grateful for any support he can get from the community.
Pilot will fly back to California and then to New York and back to Orlando, Florida.
“If people want to come and see me and meet me and help me out and give me money, I’d be honored,” he explained.
“But if I have to drive my wife around for a month or two, that’s just not going to work for me.”