I’ve got a skill which proves to be more and more useful for my family: I take different items from one spot [where they usually belong] and place them carefully [throw them randomly] at a different location [usually on the floor]. Today I had the opportunity to practice this special skill. The three of us walked to the mailbox, where I was in charge of taking everything out. It was a piece of cake – as you should have expected based on my previous experience with:
- checking out books from the library
- organizing a drawer
- taking all my toys out of the toy box and spreading them all over the floor [apparently undocumented]
The pictures below show our family walking to the mailbox. We followed a rather random trajectory (decided by myself) based on momentary impulses and curiosity.