My name is Ludmila, and I’m a cart pusher.
Thus begins the journey of Lud, a flight attendant for nine years.
Using the various stages of flying as an analogy, the book traces how she joined the airline industry, the many bumps she encountered along the way, and the lessons she learned from them.
Real, light-hearted and inspiring, you’ll read –
- Why flight attendants say, “We walked all the way to a destination”
- How she learned to ake use of flight time
- Stories beyond glitz, glamour and body excretions
- About the Shake, Panadol and practices of other cultures
- What crown she wears at the end of the day.
Are you ready to go on an adventure?
This book will help you if you want to fly, if you love to fly, or you’re afraid to fly. And not just airplanes.
What Can You Find Inside A Dream?
Her dream to become a nun started when she was still a child. But somewhere along the way, Elaine Marie Factor forgot about this dream. Until one day, it resurfaced through a vision.
At 24 years old, Elaine finally decided to enter a religious congregation to fulfill her childhood dream. Besides experiencing overwhelming joy and challenges in the different aspects of her life, she also faced a series of encounters with her true self and her greatest Love. What she gained in the four corners of that convent was way beyond what she had expected.
Based on the journal entries Elaine wrote from her old study desk to the rickety table in her room at the convent, this memoir will take you on a journey of discovering your greatest call, taking unexpected detours and finding the path to your true destiny.