Monday, April 23, 2007

Way of Living


There's no retirement for an artist, it's your way of living so there's no end to it. ~Henry Moore

9 comments:

suzanabrams said...

Hi Getzapped,
I was shocked to read your comment on my blog. Maybe you didn't finish reading my post.
I'll still be posting once every 2 days. I think I was the only blogger in the world posting every day to start with. lol.
Please don't stop reading me or I will be very distressed! My next post will either be tomorrow if not the day after - you know, alternate days.

Lizard Princess said...

GZ-
You are so vlessed to be able to see Rainer from your home- wow-za!

On your quote here,...
I think this quote would apply to being a minister or pastor, too (this is the world I relate to, as my hubby is a pastor- although, he is also an artist).

The pastors that I know don't even imagine retiring- to them it is a calling for life, not just a "job".

Lizard Princess said...

Oops, I mean "blessed" not "vlessed"!! ha ha.

Layla (aka Barbara) said...

Cute new pic of you!

Great quote, I added it to my list.

Perriette said...

So true, and so exhausting.

get zapped said...

susan- oh no, I didn't mean you'll go away completely, I just figured if you are doing the beach scene, that you might find it freeing to not comment so much. Thanks for clarifying this. Enjoy ;)

lp- Yes, it's a pleasure to see that spectacular sight! So true, of many things...

layla- thanks. Oh, cool!

perriette- good point :-)

dintoons said...

wonderful quote... wonderfully liberating and uplifting!!
no more working from now on, it's just play, play, play!!! :oD

cai said...

That's true.

Lou Gold said...

Yes, yes. I agree. I'm retired in Brazil and I have never worked harder. Moore was among the very best. I just posted about him yesterday at:
http://lougold.blogspot.com/2007/05/henry-moore-re-visionary-artist-ive.html

Best regards,

Lou Gold