I’ve come to a point in this blog where I have to consider where to go with it. I’ve done a lot of repetitive posts recently – seven or eight about the Kingswood for instance. I don’t mind writing more than once about the same pen if there’s something new to say but otherwise it becomes tedious.
It’s been almost 9 years of pen blogging and a lot of pens have passed over my bench – just over 3100 since I started keeping a record, and several hundreds before that. There are other pens out there that I have yet to write about but I don’t always find those rarities. Because they’re rare (tautology).
I’m not going to continue to repeat myself because it spoils the blog so I won’t be writing so often. If that leaves you feeling a little deprived, I’m the same because I love to write. I will still make discursive posts when a subject comes to mind and if you come across something unusual and would like to send me photos I’ll be delighted to write about that. Whenever something different or unusual comes along, I will write about that, of course.
So that’s where we are.