I was going to paint my office myself; but then I realized I don’t want to do it. I’m also probably not very good at it. (Probably? You suck at painting Rich!! Except when it comes to spray painting colorful boulders in the yard. Then I’m good.)
There’s a reason why people are paid to paint, paid to speak, paid to landscape, etc. They are good at what they do; have an expertise and spend time perfecting their craft.
So I get in touch with a friend who I know loves to paint and loves extra money.
Is his response:
- Sorry, I’m too busy right now
- Thanks for thinking of me; let me come over and see what you need done
- You couldn’t call me 2 months ago; I’ve been doing nothing all winter
Darkness Falls movie full Go ahead and guess before reading.
Did you guess?
Don’t lie. You know how I feel about liars.
Of course the answer was 3.
So it got me thinking. I just seem to never get it right. My car needs repairs when the auto mechanic is very busy. My office needs remodeling when the painter is not sitting on his butt. I have been told “too bad you weren’t sick last week; the doctor is not here this week”, and I wasn’t in my office to take a call when you called.
Adoration rip Now I say this all with tongue-in-cheek, (I think), but I really need to stop inconveniencing people.