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Installment 3

by | Nov 4, 2010 | Uncategorized | 3 comments

Unexpected tools of the trade this time around: I found myself with time and inspiration while waiting in the lobby of my daughter’s dance school, so in the absence of a typewriter I used my fountain pen (a Pilot Namiki vanishing point pen, if you’re curious). And at the office today, I used my gold Olympia, which I have to say felt great. I continue to write on Eaton’s Berkshire Typewriter Paper.

Current word count: 6,809.

3 Comments

  1. Clark

    Nice pen! Not typewriter related I know, but I love fountain pens as well. The one I use most of the time is a new-ish Stypen cartridge pen, basic and durable for use in school–but still infinitely better than any ballpoint.

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  2. deek

    That Olympia is saaaaa-weet!

    I just finished up tonight at 8,067. Lettera 32 and SG-1 combo are making this easy!

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  3. Mike Speegle

    Is it wrong that I lovingly caressed the mere image of that pen?

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