November 20, 2007

No post today...


There will not be any post today, not necessarily by solidarity with the Writers Guild, but my blogging activity has been disturbed by the fact that together with my son, we are just now painting walls and ceilings in his (+ family) new flat.


Maybe tomorrow!


Added later:

To avoid any misunderstanding: I wanted to show the maybe best examples of wall and ceiling paintings. However, what we are doing will probably be better represented by this picture!

25 comments:

Azer Mantessa said...

happy painting :-)

Drama Div@ said...

you clearly seem to have a busy day!! are you going to paint the Last Supper on his wall? :P

Jessica Camis said...

Enjoy the family activities. It sounds like the fun kind of work. Thanks for commenting on my blog!

Leena said...

Happy son, who has his father near him for helping :)

And thank you for showing me your Halo on Titicaca! It must have been
wonderful to see.
Good painting!

Isadora said...

:) If that is a sample, it is a mighty fine job of painting that you are doing :) My ceiling is bare also, when you are done there....

hpy said...

Doing frescos?

Peter said...

Above comments made before I did the "Added later".

Olivier said...

premier blog que je vois solidaire avec nos amis de l'administration ;o)
passe une bonne journée en famille et à plus tard

delicium said...

Attention à ne pas s'emmêler les pinceaux... :-)

oldmanlincoln said...

We have a saying, "less is sometimes more."

Will miss your visits. Happy painting.

SusuPetal said...

Oh, you're able to create and use inspiration and imagination!

lyliane said...

J'ai cru que vous vouliez reproduire les murs et plafonds de la chapelle sixtine!!!mais l'appartement de Patrick ne doit pas être aussi grand je pense. Alors ne faites pas trop de coulures et ensuite je te demanderai de venir m'aider à peindre les miens, surtout les plafonds ça se salit vite avec le chauffage.

Noushy Syah said...

Peter...

Isn't this consider as a posting too...hehehhe,BTW,enjoy your painting yea..

I'm sure your cute grandchildren won't mind helping you!!

alice said...

Attention au torticolis en peignant les plafonds! Ah, la famille...!

richard said...

I always thought the Sistine chapel was due for a good thick overcoat of slightly off-white, bring it up-to-date so to speak

Maxime said...

Bon courage, Miquel-Ange !
Le monochrome, c'est bien aussi, tu sais...

krystyna said...

Enjoy your job, Peter!
Btw, don't worry, white is always elegant/and all tone of white.

Glenn Standish said...

Hee hee! It's ironic that the Post Office in France a long with many other establishments is on strike today. Looks like you are aswell!!

Cuckoo said...

Painting walls is one thing I think is enjoyable. Happy painting. :)

Ash said...

Happy Painting Peter!!

Cergie said...

AH ! Peter, tu me fais rire ! Michel Ange a passé du temps enfouis sur le dos sur ses échaffaudages pour opeindre tout seul le plafd de la Sixtine, j'espère que tu as de l'aide et que cela te prendra moins de temps!
Le résultat vaut le coup, j'ai pu en juger avec bonheur moi-même (du moins à Rome). Mais même Michel Ange a eu droit à des retouches à son travail : on a par la suite collé des petites culottes à Adam et asociés (qu'on a enlevé depuis heureusement)!

Mona said...

I Wish I could help you!

That is one activity I just LOVE to do!

The swish swash of a brush against the wall! O what Bliss!

april said...

*lol*

Neva said...

Love the color.

Peter said...

Thanks to everybody for your encouraging comments!