Coffeeneuring, November Outdoor Art, Thanksgiving Community Service–it’s almost too many challenges in one month for my addled brain to handle. Physically and emotionally, I’m ready and willing to do all of them, but mentally I am going to have to approach them in the same way I always handle multiple tasks–one at a time.
I’m going to tell you something about myself, in confidence, that you might find to be a little odd. I know my family and friends think it’s a little odd. Thank goodness it’s my ONLY oddity. Here it is:
At mealtime, some people think it’s weird that I always finish one food item before moving on to the next one. I simply cannot eat a forkful of peas, then some mashed potatoes, then a little meat, then some more potatoes and then another forkful of peas. And there is no way I will scoop up a few peas and a dollop of mashed potatoes and put them in my mouth at the same time. In fact, it’s best if the separate food items don’t even come in contact with each other on my plate.
Eat the entire helping of peas. Eat all of the mashed potatoes. Then you can move on to the ham. That’s how it should be done. In the same way, now that I have finished all seven of my Coffeeneuring rides, I can move on to the next challenge which, in this case, is the November Outdoor Art Challenge.
Please enjoy some of the most beautiful scrap metal art the world has to offer–and it can be found right here in MY Town.
Thanks for viewing my pictures of beautiful art. Now I can move on to the Navigator’s Thanksgiving Challenge.