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Comes From Chaos


How can I work in chaos? This, I asked myself as I sliced a thin edge off a rectangle of patchwork with a rotary cutter among tossed array. Tossed array, is that such a thing? It sounds like something I might’ve learned in physics, logic, theoretical mathematics, if it had been my pleasure. Thank goodness, Mama and Daddy had no clue about such things either. What was I talking about?

How can I work in chaos?

Picture this: Me looking at the tossed arrays of fabric spread over all available surfaces of the room. Where is that cute print I thought would be a perfect background for a card? No where to be found. Oh well, second choice works.

Fast forward. Where is my card template? 

I turned around and what do I see? Yep. That cute print I wanted. That’s one way chaos works for me.

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  1. I don't do well in chaos. But that's me. Some people thrive on it. I think we need both types of people. My people will clean up the mess. Your people create the mess. And somehow we work together to get it all done.

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    1. Interesting concept. I’m both kinds. Most of my life, I have been cleaning up messes. All the chaos I’ve been creating around the house will definitely give the people clearing my mess a great shudder and sigh, hahaha

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  2. Interestingly, the older I get the less I find I can work in chaos. Maybe it's the extra energy I'll have to expend to find what I need. :)

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