Friday, May 29, 2009

Blogger inspiration

I feel a bit uninspired lately, I have to apologize for that. I want to thank the kind people who have emailed me to make sure I'm ok: I'm fine and just a bit pre-occupied! Hopefully the weekend will rejuvenate my blogging sensitibilites and 'think different' as this old Mac ad proclaims with the divine Callas. I hope her singing will inspire you this weekend!

14 comments:

Paris Atelier said...

Hi My Friend,
Wishing you much inspiration and a lovely weekend!!!
xoxo
Judith~
When I need some inspiration, I often look at some of your old posts! I love the walking around town ones :)

Style Redux 2 said...

Stefan-I knew you were o.k. between our emails and seeing your comments on blogs we both follow. I figured you needed a blog break or had fallen madly in love. ;)

Purple Flowers said...

I enjoy reading your posts.

pve design said...

You, uninspired, hardly! We all need to take breaks and listen. I am off to listen to Maria.
Happy weekend!

Blue said...

If you've fallen madly in love why aren't we seeing photos of the inspiration? Enjoy your weekend!

Pigtown-Design said...

You mentioned how busy you were, so I wasn't (too) worried.

Terry said...

I thought maybe you had Monkey Design burnout, had to clean the kitchen, or put in some extra hours at the office. The architects I know have to put in some serious hours sometimes. That would be a welcome things for an architect these days.

VictoriaArt said...

Oh, the divine Callas...
Thank you for reminding me of her gifts!
You know, when I am in a tight spot, music always helps, listening, making it! We need time to recoup, find new inspirations, it is not a bottomless well; it needs feeding, right?
Do you play or sing?
(start in the shower..;))
Have a lovely weekend!
XX
Victoria

La Maison Fou said...

Great post! You are right; creativity is not like a faucet that can be turned on & off... but with a little inspiration it can be a wonderful outlet and ideas will flourish!
Leslie

Rose C'est La Vie said...

Stefan, maybe you just had burnout after making all those little cardboard houses. Thanks for Callas. I had never actually seen her perform so this was fantastic.

Renee Finberg said...

xx

Diane Dorrans Saeks said...

Hello--

Thank you for the gift of the Maria Callas Vissi d'Arte.

Her voice is fantastic--if unmodulated and overly dramatic. Wonderful. That should get you going.

Otherwise--create your own MARIA CALLAS RADIO on Pandora--and you can hear Maria sing all day long.

thomas said...

we all need a blogger break sometimes.

Allie in G'town said...

Maria Callas, Madame Butterfly, 'nuff said...