Shed a Tear๐Ÿ”— - William Gallagher

The DECORATOR stands back to appreciate his day’s work. The entire wall is now painted. Satisfied, he collects his snap-tin, paint, brushes, ladder, etc., lights a cigarette stub and walks off.

While he’s been achieving that painted wall, the film crew cast have failed to do anything at all. So much effort, so much energy, so much time, and nothing achieved whatsoever.

Completely unrelated, I’ve been sitting and typing in this chair for the past few days while four men put up a shed in our garden.