Thursday, June 30, 2005

Fear of finishing and how to fold

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What does it mean when you get to the very end of a project and then you won't just do that one last thing so that it is finished. I did this felted bag eons ago and it is sitting here waiting for grommets. So what is the problem? Why is it that I don't take the last 10 minutes and finish this? I don't know what the fear of finishing should be called. I know that it must be the same as fear of heights or fear of bugs or any fear. The only problem is I am not really scared.

So, I leave you with a clip on how to fold shirts. My nephews turned me onto this and then I saw this clip online. So you no longer have to fold like this:

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Check this out:

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CLICK ON How to fold a shirt

6 comments:

Lori said...

The folding lady is amazing. I've never seen anything like that before. I think we don't finish things we start because sometime during the process we asked ourselves why we started it in the first place. Or, we lose interest after the conquering of the task. I'm now planning on going home and trying to figure out how to fold shirts.

Janis said...

It works but I always forget how to do it!

TitaniumRose said...

Perhaps your fear is not of finishing but of what to tackle next...

Anonymous said...

um i almost stole that bag the other day. i asked rich if i could take it and i was going to sew on a chain of some sort.

Janis said...

You can have it!

mamapez said...

Holy domestic prowess, Batman! I had to borrow your link to share with my world. :)