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very hot

well, you know: holiday season started in Europe, and everything is calming down; almost everything. The factory, where I label literally thousands of bottles these days, is steaming, though. But only in the morning hours. It is just getting too hot during the afternoon (no AC ). Thus, there is time during the afternoons to work conceptually. Which means: Doing this and that.

And when there is time, I paint. Sometimes, I am lazy there, and paint what is easy to me. It feels like creating a perfume with some amber, patchouli, vanilla and ... bergamot and rose. It feels like things just fall into the right place. Today's picture shows you such a "lazy painting" from yesterday.  The learning effect, the thrill and excitement and the training of one's patience and coordination is close to zero, though.

But it fits perfectly with one of the perfume trials I have in the shelf: My ozonic breezy fresh aqua "fidelis" or however you want to call it.

But then... from time to time it is ok to pamper oneself. Right?

8 thoughts on “very hot”

  • peter hurst 6. July 2015 at 12:16

    Lovely painting. Would love to dive in and smell the ozone. Reminds me of the Atlantic beaches in Portugal.

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  • Portuguese beaches. Then why not call it "Brisa marinha".

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  • Your painting is very inviting! We are having hot weather here too in Montreal, they are predicting 38 with lots of humidity tomorrow, plus afternoon thundershowers. After getting my chores done today I plan to pamper myself by the pool tomorrow. :-)

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  • It has been very hot in the Pacific Northwest too. I've been trying your new Vetiver Flash - most refreshing. I like how it says "cools and soothes" or something on the label. I need to be cooled, and I need a lot of soothing in this stress-filled world!

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  • Thank you, Theresa, for sharing your Vetiver Splash experience. These days are very stress-filled all over the globe it seems... There's a lot of soothing need.

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  • Thank you, Tara
    with high humidity, 38 is a lot! Here: The heat is over for a day or two. It feels great to stay in 25-30 °C territory again :-)

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  • Interesting, Stephan!

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  • Thank you, Peter! Let's dream of Atlantic beaches ....

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