I got back to Danny's book and he talks about using little slots of 10 minutes to draw. So I stole 20 minutes from my day and drew a sketch of my DynaFlex (a wrist-strengthening contraption). But ya know, it was one of those times where I just wanted to throw my pencils at the window! The lines didn't come out the way I wanted. I didn't capture parts of it that I wanted in my drawing. The lettering was screwy. My inner critic was flogging me unmercifully. Yet, when I saw the finished product, I didn't think it was all that bad. What was happening is that the perfectionist inside was screaming, "It's not perfect which means it's no good!" Anybody have a crowbar so I can put the perfectionist out of its misery??