Friday, September 18, 2015

Those illusive nutshells


One of the most difficult things for me to find after they have fallen out of my hands or they have spilled out of a bowl or plate are nut shells.

Just try finding these little things after they have done so and you're in for a game of patience. Yes, pack your patience as you go looking for them. Due to their makeup, they are light and somewhat slippery because of their lightness; they can easily be dislodged if you move too quickly and then they go flying and skidding elsewhere.

So how do I catch them? For me, I have to go gently and slowly. I have to start by having an idea as to where they have fallen and this is not always easy to determine, especially so when they have fallen on carpeted floors. If they have fallen on my counter then I need to ensure that I do not knock them onto the floor, bare or carpeted.

I also have to ensure that I do not send them skidding elsewhere for who knows where they will end up and it is not easy to find them then. So, at the end of the day, I need to be careful whenever I deal with fallen nut shells.

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