Pens and Things
I think one of my favourite parts about fountain pens is the fact that you can fill and refill and change the colour of your ink. I know this sounds kind of like an obvious fact, but you can love the same pen, and have it write with you for years, and through journal entries and letters and notes, but have it carry all different colours and brands and sorts of ink.
It's been a long time coming, but we're finally carrying the full line of Pilot's Iroshizuku inks - and the exciting bit is that we're carrying both the full-sized 50 mL bottles as well as the mini 15 mL bottles.
Caleb has learned how to climb onto chairs and then onto the kitchen table, so Jon has been hiding all of our chairs during the day. He's basically smarter than the dog, now. I read that really intelligent dogs are a match for 2-3 year olds, but I think it's official that our dog is not the sharpest extra fine point in the pen roll.
J. Herbin has recently released its newest ink in the 1670 Anniversary Ink line-up Emeraude de Chivor, joining Rouge Hematite, Stormy Grey and Bleu Ocean.
This is the second of the two Canadian inks we've brought in from Noodler's!
Another busy day, but much to my delight, as the evening sun sets, I'm writing this blog post from the couch!
Can you believe this beautiful weather we've been having? We've been bringing the baby and pup to Trinity Bellwoods Park for some of our last days in the neighbourhood.