It was so silly at the time.
I responded something to the effect, "If only I had a unicorn mask, I could ride in front of Universal Studios and add a 'uni' to up the number of 'uni's'"
Two days later, while shopping for Valentine's gifts for Cindy and Skye, I stumbled upon the very same unicorn mask.
I bought it of course.
That was two years ago.
I have been carrying around that mask and vowing to get better at uni-cycling so that I could fulfill my destiny.
In the meantime, I sort of became obsessed with unicorns.
I now have several books, unicorn chopsticks, a unicorn corkscrew, a couple of puppets, two Christmas ornaments and the list of silly novelties goes on and on.
This is one of the many blog-posts about my obsession with unicorns, Unicorn Sightings.
But I still had to get at least somewhat proficient on the unicycle, because with the mask on it is like uni-cycling blindfolded.
What a difference a couple inches makes; my unicycling, unicorn in a unitard at the Unitarian Universalist is within my grasp
For years I had been struggling to get better at riding my unicycle.
I had bought one that was supposed to fit someone around my size, but I long legs so that even with the seat-post at its tallest setting, it didn't fit right.
I finally went on-line ordered a new post and viola, just like that, my riding improved in an instant.
Being out here in Atlanta made unicycling around Universal Studios a non-issue.
However, in my travels I ran across the Unitarian Universalist Congregation, which on a side-note seems like a pretty wonderful organization.
Point being, I managed to wrangle a total of 5 "uni's".