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Anarchy 2.a, an Epistemophiliac's POV

Definition of ANARCHY
1
a : absence of government
b : a state of lawlessness or political disorder due to the absence of governmental authority
c : a utopian society of individuals who enjoy complete freedom without government

2
a : absence or denial of any authority or established order
b : absence of order : disorder

Origin of ANARCHY
Medieval Latin anarchia, from Greek, from anarchos having no ruler, from an- + archos ruler — more at arch-
First Known Use: 1539

Related to ANARCHY
Synonyms: lawlessness, misrule

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I'd like to think my recent sock knitting represents a denial of established order, that it is my own choice that I have become a process knitter. Oh, yes, I am giddy with the knowledge that no more do myriad sock projects give me the heebie jeebies, leading to the restraint of one sock on the needles at any given time. I must needs acknowledge this didn't arise by conscious choice. My nature has evolved. Yes, I desired the change, but I a…

HEEEYELLP!

Ahhh!!!



I don't need more yarn!!

So why did I just put like eleventy billion different yarns on my Loopy Ewe wishlist?



Okay, I've gotta step away from the innerwebs. Now. Pray for me.




Equilibrium...

I haven't polished off a project in eons. I wrapped up an earflap hat design this weekend, but the project really isn't done. It doesn't fit me, much less it's intended recipient, my hubby, so I didn't weave in the ends or add tassel pulls to the ear flaps.



The pattern I devised uses poached motifs from a handful of sources, including a subverted bastardization of the aspen tree motif on the ear flaps. Heheheh.

There seems to be a disapprovingly waggy, disembodied finger following me around because of the aspen tree motif. It's accompanied by a husky voice informing me I am despicable for not knitting a traditional motif traditionally.

Bleh. It's me disapproving me. A story older than dirt.

Otherwise, I think I did a fine job designing the hat. The next time I hope to have mastered the shape, as well as the design. And speaking of mastering? I can't seem to stop thinking about my knitting ambitions. I have been trying out different, &quo…

Tortured Ahhhhtist...

At the risk of willfully belittling mental illness, I think I'm a bit of a tortured artist. That's artist with a little "a," folks - we're not talking van Gogh here. Hahahahah! I crack myself up.

Now that I gained a bit of perspective on my particular brand of heroin crazy, it's obvious that my creative energy is dysfunctional at least 50% of the time. When it's not working a large ball of electrostatic tension builds in my chest, shoulders and neck. I can't think straight and my mind and body crave a place where all my senses are suspended. For many years I interpreted this love of sensory deprivation as an indication of my being an Aspie.

Strictly speaking I was wrong; I'm not an Aspie. I just experience things like they do. A lot.

Well, this whole stranded knitting obsession has been taking a toll on me. LOL. Fer feck sake, you'd think I was homeless and starving, I get so twisted and turned 1. Each day I'm trying…