Got to see Canada’s beautiful mountains when we emerged from the clouds.
I have been trying lots of new foods the last couple weeks. I try not to shy away from strange looking creatures that are set on the table. I often look at it and pop it into my mouth (even if it looks back) before i can think twice.
The other night I was sitting around a table with about eight others when my “neighbor” leaned over and asked:
“Do you know what you are eating?”
The last several times this question was asked I replied “No, wait one second and then you can tell me.” Then AFTER I finish my food i am taken down the glorious path of explanation to what I ate and even sometimes how it was prepared. For some reason this time I felt adventurous thinking “It can’t be that bad” so I replied “nope” in a tone that indicated a description was gladly invited.
“That is jellyfish.”
I was shocked considering I thought it was some strange kind of noodle but jellyfish isn’t that exotic. It did perhaps prepare me for the pigs tongue, sharks fin, lobster and chicken (which included the head) that followed . I even had chicken feet and octopus today and i can honestly say I have liked everything I’ve tried.
I am so thankful that I am not picky when it comes to trying new things and above all else that wonderful Mr. Wang enlightened me from the suspense of the unknown.
Thank you very much sir!
I have learned motivation is extremely important, a couple days ago I needed motivation to turn my camera on and learn which led to my mission to analyze the situation and immediately know what settings need to be changed. If you take motivation and my mission and put them together than what is the ideal situation to motivate me?
Trying to quickly take a picture so that you can eat! And it didn’t help that I had other people just as eager to eat as I was. Thankfully because of practice it didn’t take nearly as long as it could have. Hurray!
Note: I had no idea there would be a part two when I wrote part one.