to fill or cover with scattered or disordered things that impede movement or reduce effectiveness
So, when I think I’ve made a little progress, I learn…maybe not. And every now and then, there is that moment of truth – that one line, spoken so clearly, that puts my failings into clear view.
I’ve had a life-long deficiency (what’s a bigger word than “deficiency?”) in the “be organized, get rid of clutter” department. I really do think I am less bad than I used to be. And, if so, that means I was really, really bad!
So, this weekend, after the tiniest bit of putting a few things in a more proper place, my wife said:
You don’t just clutter – you actively disorganize.
I’d never heard the phrase: “you actively disorganize.”
She was right, of course. (She knows me rather well)…
So, yep. That’s me. I’m the “actively disorganize” guy.