Airshipping Is MagicThe morning air was crisp and cool with barely a breeze blowing. The sky was crystal blue, and the rays of the sun played lazily across the green countryside. It was the perfect day, thought Twilight Blimple, for a flight.
The little purple sparkly blimp slowly rose into the air, enjoying the wind as it played across her surface. Her propellers spun into life as she turned in a westerly direction, the fluted spire that jutted out from her control deck pointing the way.
Twilight wasn't a big blimp. Her gasbag was large but stubby, her fins small and protruding, and her purple gondola cabin was slung almost apologetically underneath. Growing up as a little balloon in the big city she had always been jealous of the other airships, who always seemed to be more graceful than she. But soon study had paid off.
Today, she was on an important mission. Today she had to ferry vital medical aid across Airquestria. A hailstorm had hit the town of Hull, and puncture repair kits were urgently needed.
Luna's Question About LoveEarly one morning, as the sun and the moon were exchanging places over the land of Equestria, Princess Celestia and her younger sister Luna were sharing their first meal together in ages. A silence filled with heavy tension seemed to have befallen the two pegasus unicorns, until Luna finally summoned up the courage to speak. She still wasn't fully comfortable speaking to the one responsible for her thousand-year exile to the moon, and it would be a long time before she finally did feel that comfort. Nonetheless, Luna had a question that she needed answering sooner rather than later.
"Yes, what is it, Luna? Before you do, though, please allow me to remind you that there is no need to refer to me in such a formal manner, you know; we are sisters, after all."
"Sorry about that."
"It's perfectly fine. Now, what is it you want to ask me?"
Luna took in a deep breath to calm her nerves. "I'm very confused about something: what exactly is it that you're supposed to f