Gina Del Vecchio, why didn't you tell me you were embarking on a climb up Mount Everest? For Gina's session (yes, we're both named Gina), I was partially informed. Along with the coordinates, Gina also sent along a vague question: Describe how I will do what I will do by August 1st, 2017. I knew there was a how and a what which pertained to her. I'm just going to cut to the chase...anyone who has the gumption to climb Mount Everest doesn't want me pussyfooting around with vague hints and clever wording. Gina you will be climbing Mount Everest by foot...step by painful step, you will get to the top of that there mountain come hell or high water. Now that we've got that out of the way, let me give some details.
First off, this is more of an opinion than a revelation...wear orange! People who climb Mount Everest really seem to like to wear orange. Maybe it makes you more visible. I don't know. Either way, orange seems to be the climbers color of choice and I'm sure it will look amazing on you. What came through very clearly was a sense of three things. These three things could be what gets you up Mount Everest, but they might also be slight variations on the Mount Everest theme. For example, you may need to travel up a skyscraper or you may need to travel upward quickly on something like a Donald Duck bouncy ball from our youth. Since skyscrapers and bouncy balls make no sense, I'm taking it back to Mount Everest. You may need three things to come together to make this climb work: something human, something structural and something natural. This wouldn't be a Tiny Investigation if I didn't start deducing away...and, of course, investigating. Taking some guesses at the three things, I'd go with: something human = supportive loved one (because you need someone routing for you), something structural = carabiners (because saying "carabiner" sounds cool) and something natural = going with crystal deodorant (because good hygiene always counts). You will wield this magical threesome right up to the top of that mountain (okay, maybe not the loved one, but you will take their good vibes with you). Yes, it will be scary. Yes, you will doubt yourself. Yes, the process itself might not always go as planned. But, you will make it, triumphantly! Congratulations in advance Gina!