Monday, October 18th, 2010

Favorite place to write?

Stephanie

I have a very small house with no real desk space and my favorite writing space is where ever I find a comfy chair. I just prop the book open on my knee and I’m fine. (Which why I prefer journals with rigid covers.)  I have been writing this way for so long, (5 years) that I probably would feel uncomfortable if I had a big wooden desk to spread out on.

Do you have a favorite place to write? To plan out your day, make to-do lists, etc.?

Image courtesy of Colin Harris, Digitalnative on Flickr.

34 thoughts on “Favorite place to write?

  1. Oh yes, Parker! I used to have the cheap, small-nibbed versions when I was younger, so obviously I am completely oblivious (as) to most of their other pens *feels slightly ashamed now*

    Well, it certainly can’t hurt to have a look at the Sonnets – maybe I’ll end up adding another item to my list of want-or-must-have pens :) Thank you!

  2. Oh yes, Parker! I used to have the cheap, small-nibbed versions when I was younger, so obviously I am completely oblivious (as) to most of their other pens *feels slightly ashamed now*

    Well, it certainly can’t hurt to have a look at the Sonnets – maybe I’ll end up adding another item to my list of want-or-must-have pens :) Thank you!

  3. Kelly,

    I too took a close look at that pen. At first glance it reminded me of a Parker Sonnet. On closer exam I see that the pen isn’t a Parker as the cap end is flat where the Sonnet’s have a rounded cap and barrel ends. I hope you find what you are looking for, but if you want to skip to a good look alike pen have a look at the Sonnet line. Even though, I am like you, a big Pelikan user I do have two Sonnets and just love them even though they aren’t piston fillers.

  4. Kelly,

    I too took a close look at that pen. At first glance it reminded me of a Parker Sonnet. On closer exam I see that the pen isn’t a Parker as the cap end is flat where the Sonnet’s have a rounded cap and barrel ends. I hope you find what you are looking for, but if you want to skip to a good look alike pen have a look at the Sonnet line. Even though, I am like you, a big Pelikan user I do have two Sonnets and just love them even though they aren’t piston fillers.

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