So now I have gone up about three or four different times, it is so crazy. I’m still trying to figure out if it is something I really want to do, I’m so used to riding bikes where if you fall or mess up yes you might get hurt by you are going to live. If I screw up in an airplane, I’m done. It’s over. I also started to feel a slight vertigo issue the last time I flew as well, Which is something that has bothered me riding bikes over the past five years off and on. It may be from concussions over the years, I’ve seen a few doctors but it doesn’t seem like there is any quick fix solution. I will keep going up and flying with my instructor, but I can’t even imagine doing a solo flight on my own. Just taking my time, One flight at a time. That is one of the greatest parts about learning to fly, You can do it as you go. Everyone talks about how expensive it is however I haven’t really spent that much money, Maybe $1500 total so far for ground school and already four in-flight lessons. Thanks again for your time so far Matt, you’ve been agreed instructor and I’m looking forward to more flights together. Highly recommend Thunderbird aviation! We even flew over my house!!