No, I did not fall off of it.
Merely lending my aesthetics and focus to This Old House. Having a house in the Caribbean is a full time job. It’s an environment that never shuts off and caring for a house here is like having triplets that never leave home.
By the time you make an improvement to one area, it’s adjacent component screams out ” I’m old and suffering too” !
I didn’t attempt this myself- honestly I’d rather move and dump everything than paint. Everything gets displaced and that requires considering whether you keep it, clean it, throw it out or give it away.
You can see why I wouldn’t attempt this myself:
I’d be one of the Falling Wallendas
Michelangelo and house painters deserve high praise and a life time subscription to chiropractic.
These are the triplets I refer to:
I know, they don’t look like that much trouble……
I did manage to paint a portrait of my son for his birthday. He is very kind and much handsomer than his Fallen Off The Face Of The Earth mother’s skill in portraiture would reveal:
With thanks to Ted Davis and Emy Thomas who reminded me that they missed my blog. So did I.