concept to thing

June 3rd, 2016 § 2 comments

Sea life is a challenge for me for many reasons but mostly because I go down the rabbit hole on details, which is oftentimes a “barrier to implementation”, to put it mildly.

I spent an absurdly long time cutting and stacking rags today:


I made a zoning code for boat storage:


Then there was the chore wheel of course:


And the cat recovery campaign:


And whatever was happening here:


But yet I still find it an insurmountable task, for some reason, to hang up our curtains. Four curtains. Pulling the trigger on installing any tangible thing brings a new species of anxiety and self doubt. Over curtains.

It is my home but it still feels like a monster. A monster that just spits out lists of jobs I am not particularly good at. Nothing in my current comfort zone will slay this guy. I have to start drilling holes in things and hope for the best.

§ 2 Responses to concept to thing"

  • Ashton Applewhite says:

    I thought *I* was the only one with that particular demon. On the bright side, when I tackle the teeniest bit of a dreaded task, I feel a disproportionate swell of relief and competence. Maybe I should drill more. xoxoxoxo

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