if you were to "stop by" right now, unannounced, you may have a tough time finding me... i'm buried in piles of stuff. i was on the hunt for my SIN card. it was an innocent mission to begin with... i knew it would be in 1 of 2 drawers or possibly in a suitcase (i had a specific one in mind). you see, i'm very organized. it comes from not having a lot of space. i store things in compartments, and i typically have a pretty good idea of what is inside of them. tonight, when i couldn't find my card in the top 3 places, i began to panic and started to go through all of my compartments. and going through my purses in case it had stayed in there.
while i was destroying my organized, compartmentalized life, i was thinking about... this post. originally i had wanted to yatter on about how busy i have been over the last few weeks and how nice it was to have a whole week without any plans ahead of me. while i calmly searched through my things, i thought about how last week, if i didn't do my laundry or grocery shop on a certain day, it just wouldn't get done. there wasn't enough time. now i am left wondering... have i subconsciously given myself a make-work project? because if that is the case i'm not friends with my subconscious right now!
as difficult as it will be for me, i am going to have to save cleaning this up until tomorrow. i have made plans tonight and i'm not cancelling them on account of this mess. but i have good news: i did find my card. it was in the first drawer i looked in, but somehow i overlooked it. my eyes and my memory failed me. it happens. take a look at this: i was so smart as to clip together all of the cards that i don't wish to carry in my wallet, you may also notice 2 boxes on either side, as examples of previously mentioned compartments...
fortunately for me, i have nothing to do for the rest of the week. so after [what will likely be] a long day at work, i get to look forward to coming and putting my crap away... maybe this is what having kids or a dog is like? oh no, wait, i did this all by myself.