"This means that creative individuals remain in contact with the extra information constantly streaming in from the environment," says co-author and U of T psychology professor Jordan Peterson. "The normal person classifies an object, and then forgets about it, even though that object is much more complex and interesting than he or she thinks. The creative person, by contrast, is always open to new possibilities."
Plus, it's raining again.
Go away, all of you. I'm unfit for human company.
I wouldn't have said I was very creative now but now I am going to adopt the persona of a creative person so that when I’m an old spinster I can justify making cardigans out of little girls hair and bursting stray footballs that young children may accidentally kick into my garden he he heI feel much better. Thanks, Nonny!