Three Words

Hello everybody,

It all started with the most used statement, “I DON’T KNOW.”

Do you ever wake up and realize you have no idea what you’re doing? But whatever it is, it’s working. So you keep on moving forward, clueless on to how it’s working.

That’s the magic of good old-fashioned ingenuity! If I’m honest, I haven’t got a clue as to how things are working out. I just keep on moving forward and theorize solutions, study, talk out loud, imagine, and hope it works out. Take, for example, my new Hobbie of sewing. I was never a seamstress unless you count cutting up old cloths, etc. for my dolls when I was a kid. Thinking back on it, I never sewed anything together then either. When I was a teen, I broke my mom’s sewing machine trying to fix one of my dresses. So I vowed never to sew because I was challenged.

Obviously I broke that vow and now am sewing. I still have no IDEA what I’m doing, but it’s fun. I can’t sew a strait line for the life of me, eventually I’ll get there. I hope!

To be honest though, sewing isn’t the only thing that I’m doing and haven’t got a clue about how it’s working.

Social media, writing, this blog, they’re all things I don’t necessarily get. I feel like there should be a giant IDK stamp on all of them. Regardless of not knowing how this is all working, the true key to accomplishing

  1. Is never giving up
  2. Ignoring your feeling because they lie sometimes
  3. Keep up the momentum, see post (Keep On Even When You No Longer Need a Bobby Pin!)

In short, be so stubbornly resilient that everything one etc. that tries to pull you down into wallowing and despair CAN’T.

With all of that being said, thank you for sticking with me and supporting my many, many rambles.

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