Oh no! It looks like my coworkers are about as stumped as I am! The website that I’m buying flower seeds from is just too good. There are so many options that I am completely lost with what to do. I showed my coworkers my top three options and then they found all these other flower varieties on the site that I hadn’t even seen! I was taken aback by all these additional varieties I needed to choose from. I asked my coworkers for their opinion to make my decision making easier – not harder. 

One of my coworkers really likes the David Austin roses on the website. I admit, I like them too. But do I like them better than the climbing roses or the thornless roses? That’s the decision I have to make. At this rate, I’m going to have to take the rest of the day off to make my decision. I’ve gone to so much effort to make the right choice that it would be an absolute waste if I didn’t get my order in on time. And as I’ve said several times in this blog series, I need to get them ordered in time so that they arrive ready for the weekend. I’ve got a big weekend of gardening planned that won’t be possible if I don’t make a decision between the standard roses for sale on the website or the more unique roses available. Alright, that’s it. I’m calling in sick.

I’m now comfortable on the couch at home. I’ve cleared my head and I think I’m in a good position to make the most important decision I’ve made since I decided which restaurant to get take away from the other night. I’m going to go off the grid while I make the decision so that I don’t feel the urge to blog about my choices rather than making them, which is what I’ve been doing for the last couple of hours.