Eating a flatbread while driving is difficult

but not impossible.


There are many tasks that may seem difficult at first but with practice it does come easier.

Like when a toddler or baby takes its first steps.

Or when you reach 15 and are allowed to get a learners permit to drive.

Or the first day of calculus where every bit seems jumbled until the week passes and there comes a test on it.

Just like these areas, just think if you have to relearn it all except this time you are much older.

It takes longer to get to something safely because now there is a greater height and/or lack of coordination.

Things that may have been somewhat easy are now somewhat difficult.


Well I’ll start off with the world was not made for adults learning things that the younger child learns.

The brain and nerves may think differently.

It is difficult to relearn but it is not possible.

A saying that I frequently say is “nothing is impossible, the word itself says I’m possible”.

As far as the flatbread goes, I left straight from paying work to volunteer work and I stopped for lunch. I hit every red light and it was almost 12:30. I ended up pulling over to eat it about 45 minutes into the drive.

3 thoughts on “Eating a flatbread while driving is difficult

  1. nothing is impossible – well said

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    1. Thanks for commenting ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ‘

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