It is probably safest if I limit myself to small choices – pick up this, or put away that. Go down the left side of the chart, or perhaps the right. Oh, wait, there is a center section!
You get the idea. Large decisions are not to be made lightly, for they can’t be changed. Small decisions? Well I have a seam ripper and know how to use it! Of course, I am making the distinction between organization and decisions. Being organized would eliminate many of the small decisions since I would have all the materials (els?) ready to hand. I would have a plan.
First would come the over-arching plan which would include setting goals for sewing, quilting, knitting, cross-stitch, organizing the craft room, the garage, and our bedroom. Now I am exhausted just looking at the list and need to refill my coffee mug. Or take a nap. Or read a book.
Since all of that wound up being too challenging, and I don’t appreciate seeing thousands of unmasked American football fans packed together in stadiums I retreated back upstairs to continue to hunt down floss and place stitches. Or rip out stitches as the case may be while watching a number of the recorded sessions that I missed from a Nov conference.
Decisions – I am thinking about making a list and finding that 20 sided die….