Mapping Out Life
Sometimes, in practical everyday life, I get lost or disoriented. Like in one of the busy discount department stores we frequent.
My husband is always there in the store.
If we each have our telephones with us, and all charged up, that can get us back together.
Sometimes we just choose a time and a place to meet. I always find him playing a game on his phone, never angry when I am a few minutes late.
I always found three dimensional visualizations difficult.
I have one in my brain of “the brain.” It was hard to build it in my mind’s eye.
I had to build many models and such.
Gertrude Stein loved the model-building part of medical school. It remains the best way to learn anatomy.
I have no time to build models of department stores. Besides, they are all different.