Sandy: We had dinner at our favorite sushi restaurant tonight – Robata Grill and Sushi in Mill Valley. I’m posting this knowing that if any of my children read this, they will be disappointed we went without them. We are very fond of the owner, FredO. He’s a great guy. He employed all four of our children at one time or another and they learned many life skills while under Fred’s tutelage. How to be an employee was one of them, along with being accountable, responsible, prompt, keeping standards high.
Using chopsticks in my left hand feels less foreign. If I ate more meals with chopsticks I might eat faster each time (something to consider). My biggest fear, right or left handed, is for the fish to separate from the rice when suspended in the air by chopsticks and the pad of rice plops off into the soy sauce, splashing it everywhere. Luckily that did not happen tonight. For dessert it was a hard choice between the green tea tiramisu and the coconut and raspberry tapioca. The later won – mmmmmmm!
Sandy’s year long journey – going from being a right-hander to left-hander, and Kelly’s parallel trip as a left-hander doing things as a right-hander.