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butterflyDictionary.com defines
symmetry as “the correspondence in size, form, and arrangement of
parts on opposite sides of a plane, line, or point; regularity of
form or arrangement in terms of like, reciprocal, or corresponding
parts” (symmetry.com, 2013). To me personally, this means both
sides of my hair have to be equal and even. Haircuts need to
be totally even, and I have been known to come home from the hair
salon and even things up myself if they are not symmetrical on each
side. The one time I had a piece-y razor cut was a disaster!
24_pictureI have always been partial
to even numbers rather than odd numbers. I prefer things in
perfect balance, parallel or at right angles to each other. I like
things that are logical or are easily explained. I struggle to
understand things if I can’t figure out the “why” behind it
all. This has been particularly challenging to me as I learn
web design and coding. I prefer a routine over spontaneity.
When my routine is altered, I feel a sense of disconnect and
panic. That is when I forget things. I like things put
away where they belong. I very rarely lose my car keys.
Sameness is what I crave. stock-footage-country-drive-in-autumnI have no adventure in my
soul. I was never good at going for a ride in the car without
a set destination in mind (much to my husband’s dismay). I
don’t relax in the car; I get antsy. I always use the same drinking
glass and coffee cup, and I even have a favorite spoon. The
sheets have to be on the bed a certain way. I don’t like it
if anyone moves the seat in the car. I always sit in the same
seat in the living room. I have a favorite set of bath
towels. No, I’m not weird. I’m just a creature of habit and I
find sameness and routine comforting. There is enough chaos and
craziness going on in my life on a daily basis. The sameness keeps
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