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escher in motion!!!

it does say something about perspective...


Alex Mitchell

It's great. Makes me think about perspective in terms of attitude as well. Sometimes something that seemed really difficult to do, becomes easy because I simply change my attitude or viewpoint about it. Just like in the video, the point of view changes.

Bill Housley

OK I am taking your counsel, I purchased my first... hmm, well let's call it scribble pad... maybe I shall call it my sPad?

No batteries for this ?Pad, it is a truly green. I like being green, but it is not easy being green. Shall I call it a gPad? The truth is that I already lost it once, when I returned it was right where I left it... seems no one else wanted it. What a great built in anti-theft device.

McNair you were right, I purchased my first ?Pad for about $3.15 at Hobby Lobby. Black, 4x6 pages with two elastic bands, one to hold it shut and one to hold a pen. I like it very much and I hope to make it a habit.

My first few pages are full of notes for my daughters wedding and stock market calculations. (seems to me there is a joke there someplace) I did give a go to drawing a few little things.

The biggest advantage I see that as I get older I am starting to forget... my ?Pad has been like an upgrade to my brain. For this alone I say thank you.

Your friend and fellow traveler

P.S. Does your dry cleaning deliver?

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