Home Is Where The Art Is

If you are an artist, a lover of art then I hope that I can inspire you to do what you love.

Wednesday, 29 September 2010

And she's spying her stairway to never!

We will make a drama out of a staircase according to the lady upstairs. I have been told that my window that wasn't a window that is now a window again! Is infringing on my new neighbours privacy. If you need a reminder of my newly exposed view check out yesterdays blog. I look at approximately 5 stairs. I'm so busy working my arse off, I hardly stand there with my hands on my hips admiring the view. I ask you, are there not more important things in the world to be concerned with? Like the floods in Pakistan, 10.000,000 homeless, Tropical Storm Nicole has affected 28.2 million people and a mudslide in Mexico. To name but a few. But no, now I can see 5 yes 5 stairs I must have my windows frosted to ensure her privacy is protected. How insane is that? I'm thinking of wearing this t-shirt tomorrow.

I think someone needs a reality check! Rant over. The gallery is now really starting to look less like a bike shop. I had the skilful Matt Suttle working his magic in there today. ( Incase you think skilful is spelt incorrectly it isn't it just looks like it ). I now have self closing fire door and my two raised platforms have got brand new hats. I had fun using a crowbar today. A tool everyone should use at least once in their life as you derive a certain kind of pleasure prising things apart that were once very close together. I'm sure there's a joke in there somewhere but it's late and I'm tired. You will be pleased to know that I had nearly as many phone calls this morning as I did yesterday. I was getting so arsey and mistrustful by the end I was picking up and then hanging up straight away. Anyone who says and I quote 'Don't worry I'm not trying to sell you something' is generally a big fat lying *@2T@*>! Fact.
The BikeAbout sign is coming down tomorrow so that will be a big step. Another new door is being fitted and I'm pulling up my third lot of carpet. A monumental dump run is also taking place. Like I said yesterday it is a Mans job so I'm going to butch it up tomorrow and you can call me Steve. My logo is finished I'll pop a picture in tomorrow. Thanks Neil @ Deshok for that. But that's all for now as I have got a busy day ahead of me tomorrow. I need to lie here thinking about a multitude of things, some important but more than likely they are not, for at least an hour before I go to sleep. Because that's the evening ritual.
Good night!

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