continued from Part 1
After the holidays and several weeks had passed while I was working on other projects, I went to resume working on my goals in my turquoise pleather Passion Planner. But I couldn't find it.
I looked in all the logical places in my home studios for my turquoise pleather Passion Planner. My husband looked in all the logical places in my home studios my turquoise pleather Passion Planner.
He even looked in all the 'illogical' places for my turquoise pleather Passion Planner.
I looked in all the logical places in my SPlayce studio for my turquoise pleather Passion Planner. My husband looked in all the logical places in my SPlayce studio for my turquoise pleather Passion Planner.
I racked my brain for all the crafting events I attended after the holidays where I took my blank books. I even called the hostess of one of the events I attended. But sadly, no turquoise pleather Passion Planner was found.
After a few days of looking everywhere, I was getting more and more annoyed, more and more upset.
Finally I listed the planner on the 'Lost Items to be Found' page in my Bujo collections journal - and gave up ever finding it. I decided the planner was either stolen, had fallen into the trash, or fallen behind or under furniture. Gone forever - maybe someone else was enjoying it. I told myself "I can always buy another one."
Have you heard of 'The 18 Inch Rule"? It's the practically infallible rule of physics that says whatever you lost is within 18 inches of where you last had it.
'The 18 Inch Rule" is the way to find whatever is lost. We have invoked it several times since we learned about it.
I kept telling my husband that 'The 18 Inch Rule is the key to finding my planner.
And it works.
After going through all my conniptions, after suffering through all my angst, after tearing up my studios, I finally FOUND my Passion Planner.
I bet you can guess where I found it. Yes, you are correct. It was (less than) 18 Inches from where I last had it. It was in my desk (Which I had dreamed about the night before). But it was disguised as a BLACK journal - I had put it inside the black cover of a Traveler's Notebook cover I used last year for my calendar.
All this time we were looking for a blue covered book, when it was actually black. I had put my hand on it countless times during my search. But kept telling myself this is black so it's not my goals Passion Planner.
So when I found it, I didn't shout 'Hallelujah' like I normally would.
I shouted "18 Inches!'
Do you use 'The 18 Inch Rule'?
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