If you haven’t been to the city of Wells and most particularly it’s Cathedral then you definitely need to add it to you list of things to do. The Cathedral is truly spectacular and is, I would say, one of the finest Cathedrals in England. Continue reading “A Blue Door At Wells Cathedral”
Today I’m not writing about pens; today I’m writing to ask anyone who reads this post to stop for a few minutes and think. Continue reading “Kabul Small Animal Rescue (KSAR)”
Iguanasell are based in Madrid and have been in business since around 2008 selling luxury goods including pens, watches, bags, cufflinks et cetera. But until two weeks ago I had never really taken a lot of notice of them; I had heard positive feedback but as Madrid is not ‘local’ to me I think I had simply not considered them as an option.
Before I start talking about my Commonplace book, I should probably preface my thoughts with some background on the Commonplace book. Continue reading “The accidental Commonplace book”
Ladies & gentlemen welcome to a peek into the desk of Mr Lucifer Morningstar. Continue reading “Stationery For The Devil”
For this month I have chosen another KWZ ink; but this time it’s Cherry. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – April ’18”
For this month I have chosen KWZ Warsaw Dreaming, one of the three inks produced by KWZ named after their favourite spots in Poland. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – March ’18”
As February is home to St Valentines Day, probably the biggest chocolate holiday of the year I thought it only appropriate that the Ink Of The Month should be Herbin’s Encre Brune – Parfum Cacao. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – February”
This month, as is traditional, we all make resolutions to be healthier whether through diet or exercise or both so I thought it might be nice to encourage the good work; so this month’s ink is J Herbin’s apple scented green ink. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – January”
My ink of the month for December is Burgundy by Octopus-Office (www.octopus-office.de) and with Christmas being just around the corner I wanted a nice festive colour.
It’s a lovely deep traditional red that really is a match for the red wine it is named after. Continue reading “Ink Of The Month – December”