email to my friend:
It helps to be telling you what I am doing, because
that way I am not just talking to myself.
Although, pretty often I try to make sense for my *later self*/me who will read
my own notes at another time, because I've figured out that it's ok to explain
things to myself, as if I didn't know what was going on.
Previously I had the silly idea that because I was me, I'd know what I was
talking about, later.
This I found to be incorrect.
I have had to recount quilt pieces, and/or start entirely from the beginning
because my directions were too obscure for me to follow.
And it's the same for written material.
A couple words isn't enough.
I have to spell it out, as if I were a person unacquainted with the situation.
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