Thursday, May 26, 2011
When I was in elementary school, my box of 64 crayons was organized by color. Yes, my weird organization started way back then. The reds started in the top left corner. Next came the oranges and the yellows, and the rainbow progressed from there. All the way at the bottom right were the browns, black, and white crayons. The coveted silver and gold crayons got extra special spots in my box. I used them rarely, only for things that were very important.
But as you can see, none of my kids inherited this (irritating?) habit from me. I was hoping one out of four would thrive on neatly organized things.
You should see how I load the dishwasher! It's a sight to behold.