Sweet Sistine Part Due

Dear Jesus Lover,

the Little Messiah was making his way through the hallways – it reminded him of his days in the mosh pits, minus the smell of green but the body odours have not changed much.

family fresco!

 Me, mommy and god!

Sistine Chapel: No photos allowed – probably due to the copyright image laws imposed by those Japs.

Good fakery – surprised no stamp saying made in china.

Always neatly trimmed hedges.

One for the mantle.

An “I AM JESUS, BOW BEFORE ME” moment.

Good work Benedict XVI.

The visit made the Messiah feel at ease. Benedict was doing his best, raking in the dollars with audio guides and unnecessary merchandise. Only tip: more controversy to keep the church current! Somehow he feels those catholic priest have this area well and truly covered.

Now, to enjoy the rest of his holiday!

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak

Sweet Sistine Part Una.

Dear Jesus Lover,

The Little Messiah tottled off to the Musei Vaticani.

 

He may have cut the queue with his pre-booked ticket. But nothing in life is free – even a visit to his homes cost him.

A light lunch followed by a wipe down with raspberry wipes. Keeping it clean.

He was glad to find a mini version so he could plan his journey.

“Child – forget the artwork, I am here”

He then made it to the packed corridors.

Sometimes your job is hard but you must power along, after all Michelangelo did put in more effort than this to decorate His house.

Stay tuned as Jesus meanders his way through the Vatican!

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Vatican.

Dear Jesus Lover,

the time has come in The Lord’s Italian escapade to put his head down and his bum up. All in the name of work of course! He is visiting the little city in a city dedicated to his worship, The Vatican.

“Long walks are my speciality”

Just a quick stop to refuel at St. Peters square.  Must tell them to clean off the moss.

He then enters St. Peters Basilica incognito. Jesus fits the strict dress code required to enter the basilica. Shoulders covered – check. Knees covered – what knees?. Appropriate neckline – check.

Michalengelo’s Pieta – mommy and me!

The least I could do for my apostle Peter – keep his seat warm!

Eucharist time – form an orderly queue and open wide!

He then gave Peters feet a quick rub for luck before he was hurried along by the men in black…

Addressing St Peters square – shame no one was listening. How can a cripple old Pope have more pull? Cue foot stamp!

The Messiah left St. Peters Basilica glad that this place was dedicated to his apostle Peter who was crucified upside down because he knew he was never going to be on the level playing field with him.

Next stop: Vatican Museum and the Sistine Chapel.

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak

Ciao Ciao Roma!

Dear Jesus Lover,

The Lord is happy to hit the juicy end of his trip. Rome. It is here where his main headquarters lies, Vatican.

He catches the Eurostar Italia again.

 

“SQueak – what train are we on again?”

After a quickie train ride Jesus demanded to view this site:

The Vatican.

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak

Jesus’s Final Firenze

Alas, dear Jesus Lover,

today is the last day The Messiah will be touring Florence. He decided to start his morning re-visiting some of the city’s famous sculptures.

First stop:

Good fakery.

He then visited the Uffizi Museum, overflowing with precious works.

Our Saviour had quite a lot of ground to cover.

He found better modes of transportation.

And more exciting pursuits – gelato!

1.2kg of pure florentine MEAT.

“arrevedici Firenzi”

The Lord watches the sun set on his last night in Florence. Tomorrow, back to business, visiting Roma.

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak

Chronical of “Under The Thumb”

Dear Jesus Lover,

today The Lord will show you a perfect example that all men are “under the thumb”.

Take perfect specimen:

“Its a lady’s way or the highway bitches”

Vasari’s Corridor! Commissioned to be built by one of the Dukes from the powerful Florentine Medici family in 1954. His son Francesco married a fierce woman who did not believe living near a sewer was glamours she demanded that Francesco lives a million miles from work. So this elevated covered walk-way was built to ensure a safe passage to work and a constant reminder that women rule!  Even Hitler loved the idea.

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak