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From my sick-bed

Jessica –

Sorry for the delay in writing a new post, but I have had a heavy schedule recently… the first being the framing and hanging of my latest show of paintings and photographs…then the private viewing and following party, then the open house weekend. All this involved a great deal of budgeting, accounting, organizing, delegating, pricing and numbering and I thought I was going to write to you about how I had managed to integrate my pad into the work process…especially when it came to creating a price list. I imagined that with the photo function and the text program, which I would whizz through a task of work which is often laborious and stressful. The reality was different. In the beginning, with the Asus Eee Pad in my arms as I walked round my show of work, I intended to document each entry, giving it a name and a price…thus creating a pricelist to print out as I went along. The reality was different. I reverted to paper and pen very quickly as I found that the need for scribbling out and alteration, chopping and changing made it much faster and simpler to revert to the old faithful notebook pages. Particularly as alterations are not deletions.

So for a while my pad was put to one side.

Eee Pad Transformer keyboard

Then after the event was over, what a joy! I rather overdid things physically and an old health problem reappeared, which meant that I had to spend the last 10 days laid up. No sitting at my desk top computer for even half an hour. I would have succumbed to a fabulous anti-climax and depression if I had not been accompanied in my state of recline by my beloved pad! Between, emailing, newspaper reading, music, film and chatting online…my days of recuperation have been much enriched by my pad… which I still use without the keyboard…I am really used to typing onto the screen now…and am thoroughly appreciating in my leisure time.

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