Addison here. Back with a bit more advice for anyone who wants to listen. Today's advice is about a therapy move I invented all by myself. You should have seen the look on my mom's and therapist's faces when I broke this out for the first time.
If you ever have trouble dismounting off of furniture, you might find this tutorial useful.
If you're at all like me, you find that sitting still and looking pretty gets dull after a few
I think of all of the things around the house that still need to be torn up before naptime
and I prepare to dismount...Addison style.
Step one: Pivot body
Step 2: Lower one leg (while scooting body to the very edge)
Step 3: Free leg #2 from the couch by doing a slight leg stretch (if completed correctly, this step should award you some dismount style points. I, of course, top the style point chart every time.)
Step 4: Now that both legs are free and one shoe is mostly off (a happy byproduct of Addison style dismount), continue lowering one leg at a time to the ground.
Step 5: Find the floor with your foot, touchdown and then continue stretching for just a second so that you're adequately prepared for your next mission of the day: Destroy House
Step 6: Lower second foot down and stand contemplating your success.
Next thing you know it, you're free to wander again. Addison style dismount works on everything...although mom gets slightly nervous when I try to get off of mom and dad's bed (and once the dining room table) this way. No idea why. I can hop the extra height, no problem. Right?
So there you go. You are welcome, world.
Wait, how did this guy get in my blog post?
Off to spread the love,