Oooh, here is what went out today:
I had no idea what I was getting into with this pen, but I love it. Have the brush 0.05 cartridge and I love it.
I missed using this pen for a few days.
It is called super fine, I wish there were more sizes, though. Here is an example of the writing.
Have you tried this pen? Do you like it?
So, what have I been up to?
Well, I got a really cool package from my One Little Word penpal… With washi and some pockets and a really nice intro letter (and a piece of art with my word on it!)
I got some cool, geeky stuff to send to people.
We celebrated Valentines day with some gifts…
And I completed January’s assignment for One Little Word.
So I’m doing #30daysoflists next month (woot!), and, due to my success with the last kit I bought, I have purchased, sight unseen, the 30 days of lists kit from rukristin.
She posted a sneak on the site—it’s shipping really soon. I am so happy to get this kit—it comes with some really awesome DIY Shop goodies AND a stamp… Check it out here.
Please note, I get no affiliate money for this—I think it’s a great kit at an amazing price. And, if you’re a lister, you get $5 off a $30 order at rukristin!
I used ABM’s app to do my currently card this week. Look at the exclusive color of the month for February, isn’t it pretty?
Anyway, apart from 30 days of lists (and adhesive), I am on a no buy. Apart from my ff kit, of course.
Love that rukristin’s digital cards work so well in apps, just one more reason this is such an awesome project!
What are you #currently doing? Share below, please.
If you know me, I love lists (okay, I love any excuse to have paper and pen)–and guess what? Those ladies behind 30 days of Lists are back for March.
And you can sign up.
Now, keep in mind, I get no money from this link–I am just posting because I know how awesome this project really is… It’s fun, organizational and albeit a great way to get your life on paper. Think of it as a physical manifestation of where you are at a given point.
I’ll be passing along other information as I get it, but if you click that link, you’ll be taken to a page to sign up ($10 gets you in–you get a whole lot of community, discounts, content AND a group). I usually pick up a list kit from rukristin (again, no affiliate link, but my honest to goodness approval–I bought this round’s kit sight unseen because the last one was so awesome!).
So, are you a lister?
The geeky things always tend to happen on the weekends (okay, maybe they happen more than just during the weekend.
We got to play Star Wars : Edge of the Empire with a 5 party group over at the home of some friends.
I’m an explorer, so I’m trying to grasp the idea of the game via a driver profession. I tried to take a decent photo of the book—here It is:
It’s pretty cool, and almost more interesting than the core rulebook. I love the art and the writing, and there are some geeky things in the book that I enjoy too, like electronic snares. My ‘driver’ is becoming more of a survivalist, but it’s been super fun to hear people roleplay and figure out ways to solve problems.
I’ve never really been an roleplayer before—my limited experience with D&D show it. But this, so far, has never failed to disappoint.
Do you #tabletop?