I have this theory.
It’s called the don’t-really-point-out-what-you-need-to-work-on-in-your-house-point-out-the-chandelier-instead theory.
When you invite someone over to your house and they ask for a tour and you walk them through the rooms and they are oohing and ahhing over your curtains and your pillows and the random piece of Paris art on the wall….
….and you point out the piece of crown molding you forgot to add.
And the tour comes to a screeching halt and everyone stops and stares at the gap in the crown molding that no one would ever have noticed until you point it out.
Why do I do that?
Self….just point out the chandelier instead.