I took a quick trip up north and my friend Brad Nack took an equivalent trip down south and we met in the middle, at delicious Papa Lennon’s in Meiner’s Oaks, where I took possession of FOUR, count ’em, FOUR, of the 2009 reindeer he painted for his 100% Reindeer Art Show.
It was fascinating getting an up-close-and-personal tour of the paradox of choice. Which I now understand can be neatly summarized as the paralysis of choice. More is not necessarily better: more is more.
Of course, objectively, I think it’s a good thing that there are lots and lots more reindeer out there for other people to adopt. Not only is each piece I saw uniquely wonderful, there’s something equally wonderful about each one coming from this incredibly large and rich and diverse herd, if you will, of paintings. We are more than for being a part of, that kinda thing.
Anyway, you can see the four I’m coming home with here. And if you would like a reindeer in your family, you should visit Brad immediately. They are very affordable, and require far less maintenance than regular reindeer, or so I am told.
In the meantime, do more with less, steady on, and, as Gramps used to say, keep your pecker up!