Archive for the ‘Handwriting’ Category

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Sunday Reads: Dogs, Snow and Pen Stuff

01/07/2018

Having introduced a couple of dogs to the wonders of snow, the Dogs in Snow video proved delightfully true though my kids never tried the two-legged march. Of the two, a Shih Tzu and a mini dachshund, the former was thrilled with the foot-deep drifts of the stuff while the latter was shocked and intimidated. The Shih Tzu, a lapdog, had chutzpah while the doxie, a ratter, was a wuss. Go figure.

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Sunday Reads: Nibs, Origami, And A Fuzz Butt

12/10/2017

What does it say when it only takes a silly dog video to make my day?

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Calligraphy, And Downton Abbey

12/03/2017

Ever wondered what is the difference between High Tea and Afternoon Tea? Downton Abbey Cooks has the details.

When it comes to frankenpens, vintage super flex with a converter sounds right for me. What combination of old and modern features would you cobble together?

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Sunday Reads: Handwriting, Color, And Making Movies

09/10/2017

Another eclectic mix…

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Inks and Paper. Oh, my!

04/09/2017

Want to expand your collection? There are eight reviews in this lot to help you choose what’s next.

From the archives…

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Paper And Stuff For Lefties

03/12/2017

Recently, Rodney sent a letter affixed with sealing wax, a delightful surprise. Admittedly and not for the first time, I almost succumbed to yet another hobby. Then I ran across GeekTells post about his descent into the cauldron. Is resistance futile?

A Comparison of Two Namiki Falcon Nibs

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Sunday Reads: Handwriting, Pens And A Puppy

01/29/2017

The six-second smash down brought smiles from everyone but Macy who did not get the joke. Some dogs just don’t see things the way their humans do…

 

 

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