An Offer I Couldn’t Refuse


Daily Prompt: Race the Clock

An offer I couldn’t refuse is working in Art gallery or any art/crafts related work. I might be a painter, a cleaner, a clerk, an assistant of the painter, any position that may give me chance to interact with Arts, see an artwork everyday. Arts/crafts/DIY simply makes me feel good.

I miss painting by the way.

When I were in the educational store around 11AM, saw a set of watercolor. Hmm… gonna bring back my unbelievable talent. HAHAHA. (Look who’s talking) No, seriously I just playing with colors I’m not really an artist not even good. Just sayin’.

PS: Writing this challenge while mom busy asking me something plus this timer.. LOL. Love the it.

10min and 9 seconds.

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7 thoughts on “An Offer I Couldn’t Refuse

  1. An offer I couldn’t refuse is to spent New years Eve in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. It is the best way to begin new year!

  2. “No, seriously I just playing with colors I’m not really an artist not even good. Just sayin’.” One doesn’t have to be a master to create: enjoy.

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  4. Ahh working with Arts… It’s a beautiful goal that you have here ;) Just keep on painting – it’s the love that you put in what you do that counts the most anyway, not whether you’re good at it or not.

  5. Twists of limes and twists of lemons. The former whilst sharing common knowledge and understanding. The other with black tea onces treated towards previon of Lemonaide. A sweetness made sweeter when the fruits shared by two or more. All Good to do, now now and then.

  6. I’m not sure how old you are, but you’ve figured out an important secret to a happy life at an early age. Some people just go for the money or prestige etc…but that rarely makes you love your job. To me, it’s all about the environment. Find an environment where you are happy to walk in the door every day and work suddenly becomes a positive addition to your life, as opposed to a necessary evil. So don’t give up that dream of surrounding yourself with art…and getting paid for it while you’re at it :)

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