We’ve been doing a lot of reorganizing and rearranging in order to make things more to our liking in our house. One thing I’ve decided is that you go from a sense of order to complete chaos and disruption before you can gain a better sense of order. We’ve been working on our office for a while. We had reached a state of well balance – the chaos had been conquered a bit but we weren’t quite done with the office. Now we’ve taken one more step in getting it arranged the way we want it and we are living in a touch of chaos once again. Honestly – I got sick of waiting for this project to move forward so I took matters into my own hands and shifted things around.
I confess I’m the one who creates the chaos. I’m the one who gets fed up with things not working and make changes. I pull things out, get the big things where I want them… then start on the details of things. I’m the one who says – this room / arrangement isn’t working. I suggest and offer solutions. Then Ken ends up implementing most of them. Part of this is because I have limitations on what I can do and part of it is because he doesn’t like me to do certain things. Sometimes he just shakes his head at me in dispair.