"The way to eat a large elephant is one bite at a time."
I am sure someone else said this before my grandpa, and he more insightful thoughts of wisdom of social and Christian living, but for me, this week, I wanted to hear about the feat of eating an elephant.
So thank you to my grandpa.
How is that meal coming? I am progressing, only putting it in the fridge to sleep, eat, and work.
The good thing about this next month is, the work that is required of me is also exciting and the kind of challenge that pushes me to work, not ignore.
I am also learning that performing tasks that seem small, do infact help the result, or at least me in the process of achieving that result. Today I made a mini model of the construction for my art show and although by sight it serves as evidence as to why I am not a builder, it was very helpful for me to see dimension and the entire space. Making this model will better my work when I get to the permanent materials.
IF I knew where my camera battery was I would post a picture of the first real wall being made, but just imagine!
I am thankful for school. I am thankful for educated, passionate teachers. I am thankful that different people have different strengths and that mine is not science or math. I am thankful that some people are technical, like my friend Brad who is building part of the structure of the house for my show.
I am thankful that God made our bodies to require sleep.
I am thankful for the abundant meal of the elephant that will last me the next month or so, whether I grow tired of the taste or not.
(this is always the chair I want to sit in, while I am uncomfortable in my pretty wooden one, I thought I would share the dream)