I was feeling so virtuous. Not only were there a couple of square inches of dust-free spots in the house but part of the kitchen table was actually visible. Then, feeling restless, I started a drawing using a bit of an old image that I had saved for experimentation.
Super Dust Annihilator and Digi-Recycler in the same day!
My Halo was lighting up the whole house which meant I was also conserving electricity (he)!!
Later in the evening I was in the bathroom admiring how bright the new-fangled fluorescent bulb was compared to its older companions and I glanced to my left and saw a gigantic multi-legged bug (sitting up on some of it’s hind legs, or so it seemed to me).
There was only one recourse – I couldn’t avoid it – I had to plug in the vacuum again.
My third new stylus – Alupen – was waiting for me when I got home. Had to test it out.
(Yes, this is what I came up with after a day at MOMA, the Museum of Art and Design, a nice lunch with my buddies and a foray down to and out of Soho by myself with a cool new backpack.)
After I returned home from a brisk walk I discovered that the Pogo Sketch Pro had been delivered. It took me by the hand and forced me to set up a still life and draw. I wasn’t even allowed to take off my steamy sneakers (’cause you know I had been walking swifter than the wind could ever blow). I ordered this stylus because of a review by Susan Murtaugh and was so happy with how the tip just effortlessly glides over the iPat screen.
I really think I was channeling her – there was a lot of heavy duty static – but maybe a smidgen got through.