School is winding down and so is my immune system. Today, my lungs have decided they hate me and my head feels like jelly. Nonetheless, I have decided I simply MUST share what I did over Thanksgiving break.

While half of it was spent being sick, the other half was me spending time with my family and Great Aunt Victoria.

I can’t lie to you guys.. I didn’t actually do this on a Saturday. I know, that ruins the whole Super Adventure Saturday thing, but you can have adventures on other days.. right?

So, I’ll share a couple of photos with you guys and encourage you to go see Transfigurations at the Wexner Center for the Arts at The Ohio State University before it ends December 31st.

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You may notice that my ticket says that I’m a senior. Surprise: I’m 87 years old. Just kidding.

In all seriousness, this exhibit was amazing. And, the thing is that these pieces of art will never be seen again… unless you’re personally invited inside the house of a Wexner. It is the Wexner family’s personal art collection, featuring works from Degas, Picasso, Jean DuBuffet, Willem de Kooning, Alberto Giacometti and Susan Rothenberg.

My personal favorite, while I really do enjoy Picasso, was a piece by Jean DuBuffet found here.

In person, this piece really stood out to me among his other work. You’d have to see it to believe me… ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Here is my lunch at Rishi Sushi downtown. Chicken Ramen… from two different angles.

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I thought their glasses were pretty neat. The woman on the left is my Aunt Cathy and on the right is my Great Aunt Victoria.

After lunch we went up to the very tippy top of a building. My Aunt Cathy works on the top floor of the Rhodes building in Downtown Columbus. We went up to show my Great Aunt the views.. which, are pretty cool, right?

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After that we visited the North Market.. which, if you haven’t been and you live in Columbus you need to. Now. Run.

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Stauf’s coffee… mmmm.

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Little fact of the day.. if you visit any of these coffee shops above, ask for the “Coffee Experience” passport. If you go to each of the listed coffee shops and get a stamp with your purchase, you not only have consumed a lot of coffee but you can get a free t-shirt! I think it’s a really cool idea and it can set you off on your own little adventure… ๐Ÿ˜‰

Well, that was my Super Adventure… Friday. How was you SAF/SAS or break?

Much love, jor.

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