Procrastination: Robert Genn says it best

Well there's one for the synchronicity books. Robert Genn writes in his newsletter about the various styles of procrastination while I'm engaging in my own version of painterly putting-off. Glazes. Thin glazes. Really, really, thin glazes. So thin as to be almost inconsequential.

Ah the fear of actually laying down some thick paint that actually says something. But instead I'll thin out another dollop of paint to a window like clarity and lay it on by waving my paintbrush at the canvas from a distance of not closer than 12 feet. [four meters metric].

But at least I can claim I am doing something, not that I fool myself. We all know it's just another way of procrastinating the inevitable need to actually PAINT!