Raise your hand if you’ve ever had this experience.
You open up a brand new 64-pack of Crayola crayons. You inhale the smell of fresh colored wax. You gaze at the perfectly formed tips, and the neat new wrappers. Then you dump all of the crayons out on the table and you rearrange them in rainbow order.
It has always perplexed me that a company that specializes in color can’t figure out a way to package their product in Roy G. Biv order. You know: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet.
While my quest to get organized is new, I have always loved to sort things. And there’s nothing I love more than sorting things in the order of the rainbow!
Now that I’m cleaning out drawers and closets, I’m finding more and more opportunities to sort items into Roy G. Biv. It makes me so happy to see a bouquet of Sharpies all sorted by color.
I’m even starting to enjoy (Gasp! Did I say “ENJOY?!?”) putting away laundry now that I have purged tons of my clothes and sorted what is left into their own version of Roy G. Biv.
I don’t actually own any clothing on the ROY end of the spectrum, so my clothing order starts at G. Actually, about half of my clothes aren’t even in the rainbow range, but fall into the dark land of black, brown and grey. Yes, I have probably spent way too much time trying to figure out the correct color order for this clothing dilemma, but I’ve finally settled on something that works for me: black, grey, brown, green, blue, indigo, violet. Ahhh… It’s so good to see them all lined up in order.
Yes, you can say I’m a little obsessed with Roy G. Biv. How about you?Pin It