: to consider again especially with a view to changing or reversing
Hey, look, a dictionary post! This was my word of the day Thursday as I removed the headband from a dozen furry-trimmed Santa hats, in preparation for re-assembly into bags this coming week. If you want to make yourself one of these adorable! Santa purses, please, I beg you, reconsider.
Reconsidering again, as I vacuumed, again, the floating fuzz, as I picked it off my clothes, as I wiped it off the counter (lights, door fronts) and fished it out of my coffee. I wondered if, perhaps, this was really such a good idea. Well, I'm in this for $12 and an hour's time, best to soldier forward.
Reconsider - my word yesterday, as I stitched and turned 24 skinny handles. Did they REALLY need to be layered with batting? Really? Sigh... too late now. They're done, and my fingers hurt.
Today, we wade into the fuzz again. And I suspect I will reconsider, again. I also suspect that I'll cut all the linings, and trim all the hats into their more purse-ine shape, and convince myself, again, that geeze, I'm this far, I might as well finish. And I'll finish next week, and sell them all to happy little six year olds, the better to tote their Webkins or My Little Ponies, and I'll be glad I kept going. Despite reconsidering every.single.step.