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I had been asking him to do it for a loooooooooong time. The tin of paint had been sitting in the shed for weeks. So I was glad he was *finally* getting around to it download lspdfr. I asked “That’s nice dear. When?’
And he said “Right Now!”
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I tried to talk him out of it, but he was in one of his… moods Download youtube videos in mp3. Now, my hubby is Mr Square at work. He has a very tidy hair cut, he manages big, complicated jobs, and solves problems all day long. And he is mostly Mr Square at home too kostenlose töne downloaden. He is the thinker, the organiser, the calming influence. He likes everything to be in its place. He makes conservative, safe choices. He is the perfect balance for my own dynamic and creative nature adobe scan.
But sometimes, he goes… bonkers! And I have learned to just stand back, keep out of the way, and enjoy the show.
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…he decided to INVOLVE THE CHILDREN!
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He gave the kids a paintbrush each, a Chinese takeaway container full of paint each… and instructions to “JUST GO CRAZY!”
(Oh and a few rules like – no rude words, and no penises.)
My children had such a *gleeful* and *wild* time.
It was like there was some kind of artistic, hippy, music festival happening in my dining room, where everyone painted their bodies and hair and played air guitar to rock music, totally lost in their own worlds.
They were COVERED in paint at the end!
It was funny, weird, beautiful, bizarre and one of those moments that I was so happy to capture with my camera. The kids went to bed (after a shower) happy as can be.
And when they woke up in the morning… my husband had covered up their graffiti with three coats of “Antique White”.
I guess he was just letting off steam in a practical way. He was so calm, relaxed and so pleased with himself when he woke up.
And… he made us all pancakes for breakfast!