Right to be Wrong

I’ve got a right to be wrong
My mistakes will make me strong
I’m stepping out into the great unknown
I’m feeling wings though I’ve never flown
I’ve got a mind of my own
I’m flesh and blood to the bone
I’m not made of stone
Got a right to be wrong
So just leave me alone  (Ref Joss Stone)

I’ve never been afraid of failure. If things don’t work out the way I planned, I simply try again. There is no score card keeping track. No person worthy of judging.

I spent the weekend working on the house renovations. Someone recommended I get this little gadget to help me remove the floor lino. It took me hours to remove a small section of lino. There has got to be a quicker, easier way. I was standing there feeling like a human soaker-hose. Every litre of water I drank produced 3 litres of sweat.


When the rain started I took the cue for a coffee break and picked up the camera.









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9 Responses to Right to be Wrong

  1. suzjones says:

    Well you certainly picked a muggy weekend to do that on!
    Hope its almost (or completely) done by now.

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    • I haven’t even scratched the surface yet Sue. The entire house is having a make-over. I expect there is quite a few more months of work to do yet as I’m doing this job in my “spare time” Roll on Winter!

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  2. drink, work, taking pictures = blog post 🙂 Nice images, that’s tough works to renovate a house! Good luck!!

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  3. bluepaddock says:

    more coffee breaks great shots !


  4. Boeta says:

    That’s tough work, nice interesting shots.


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