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Thursday, December 11, 2008

New Weapon



Watch out dust webs here I come, with my very cute, brand new Dyson!

It's so light compared to my old Dyson and has this magic little ball it gracefully moves around on like a ballerina. It's tiny too but holds just as much as the old one.
I love it!

Little thing please little minds huh!

9 comments:

Margaret Ann said...

Your roses always make me smile...and...super great job on that Dyson!

seesue said...

Anita, such lovely work. Congrats on the Dyson, the aquiring of and the sketch of.

winna said...

Since I didn't what a Dyson is and you mentioned it was "cute" I thought it was some really cool little thing to have on a desk or something and really complcated for such a small item---then I Googled it----Jeeze, does it do windows too? The drawing is so good and the rose is to die for

Ann said...

Great page! The rose is lovely and I get excited about things like vacuum cleaners too :)

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Bit confused - is this your interpretation of Jane's rose ? - if so she has certainly learned a great deal from the greatest rose painter in Christendom. The Choc Lab is coming along wonderfully and enjoyed all your other posts I have missed of late. So glad you got your little Dyson you were after (as you know I dont have to worry as Clive does the hoovering!! lucky me)

Dianne said...

The rose is so pretty, and aren't you a lucky girl, clean away....

Helena said...

I wouldn't be without our Dyson. They are great at splatting spiders!!!

Love your rose. Beautiful!

purplepaint said...

Anita - your roses are fantastic! You can come to my house with your Dyson! :) I'm in the process of doing a late or early spring cleaning... depending on how you look at it. Your blog is such an inspiration, oh and Merry Christmas! Marva

purplepaint said...

Anita - your roses are fantastic! You can come to my house with your Dyson! :) I'm in the process of doing a late or early spring cleaning... depending on how you look at it. Your blog is such an inspiration, oh and Merry Christmas! Marva