I think it might be Tuesday. But that depends on if I am thinking Florida or China time. I have been going no-stop for weeks so it hardly matters what day it is. First there was a week in Alabama to build a wing. From there I ferried a CH750 down the panhandle to arrive a day before the Sun n Fun airshow started. Then I flew in 4 aircraft to the show: The CH750, a Piper Tri-Pacer, a Merlin, and a long 4-mile cross country in a Zigolo. Then of course the show is non-stop for 6 or so days. And then recover all 4 aircraft back from Sun n Fun plus the booth tent and show stuff in a hurry as the next day I was flying to Germany to attend the AERO show. After a quick show visit it was off to the Czech Republic to visit the Merlin kit manufacturer and my assembly team and buy a new tooth in Prague (part of my ice hockey budget).
From Prague then back to Florida for an entire week before was off to Texas to collect an aircraft and ferry it to Dayton. This trip was delayed some so I ended up flying from Dayton direct to China where I am now sitting in a café 12 hours ahead of most of my 5 blog readers so it is happy hour here at least!
Here is a selfie on my ferry flight. And a couple photos of the weather that trip. I escaped Dallas MVFR and dodged 25 reported tornados across the southern states. Ceilings and visibility most of the trip were marginal and I changed my route countless times to avoid T-storms and rain showers. Landings were eventful with 20-30 knot winds, wind shear warnings and at least one airliner went around within my radio range.