I cannot stop myself

Our kitchen window with stained glass ornaments.

Sometimes I just cannot help myself. I tell myself that some idea I have is unnecessary and I won’t do it and then a day later I go and do it anyway. The impulse is there and I have to act on it. It is probably a smart thing to do as it would just eat away at me until I would do it. The good news is that these things are usually something simple. The bad news is that I am probably the only one who notices the issue that I need to correct.

My case in point is the kitchen window that I decorated with stained glass ornaments, as I always do each year as a part of holiday decorating. I put them up yesterday and I kept looking at them, wondering why I hadn’t placed the middle row in the actual middle. I resolved the issue yesterday by telling myself that nobody would ever know or notice. Today, I went for a glass of water and proceeded to change them.

I just cannot help myself.

Although I told myself that I would not put the containers back in the crawlspace, I have already decided that I am going to do it and pull out a few more Christmas containers for decorating.

My new Apple watch shows that whatever complaints I may have about my sometimes obsessive behavior, that it does, in fact, promote my well being because I seem to be doing quite well in the activity arena. I guess that perhaps I should not complain.

Okay, off to the crawlspace.

About Richard Koerner

Sixty something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.
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