Hi

I just realised I've been here for about a year now, and never actually posted an introduction note. So here it is. Hi! :)

I've been mostly lurking, with the (very) occasional post, but for some strange reason this week (along with many others who have no doubt de-lurked) I've found myself here more and more, and even posting a few things.

I currently have among other things a couple of moleskines, a giant mass of index cards, which seems to leave my wife perplexed, wondering what on earth I can write on them, a buxton jotter that I'm attempting to use as a hpda, and a distinct lack of a thousand dollars that I find myself wanting to spend at the levenger site. I'm currently trying to work out what to use as a master planner after discovering that I need a little more than a few index cards to work with.

*stands up*
Hi I'm Mark, and I'm a stationary addict...

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Hello Mark !!

This is all covered under the third tab of the 12 step program for Paper Pr0n.

Welcome aboard, matey ! Arrrrrrr.
(feeling pirate-ish at the moment for whatever reason)
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Hi Mark

I so resemble your post. Just exhange the names "Mark" for "Jenn." Oh, and I don't have a wife, but you should have seen the look on hubby's face when 500 rolla discs came in the mail...

It's nice to know that I have good company in this addiction.

Jenn

welcome!

the more the merrier!

and one thing is certain... you will get no strange looks for drooling over stationary, planners or related items here. :) only support, jealousy and the occasional 'where on earth did you find THAT!" hehhe.

welcome and enjoy!

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Well, right now everything

Well, right now everything I've found seems to be something others found long before me. However, since I've recently moved to the USA, I now have a staples, target and office world nearby, so we shall see...

That's interesting!

May I be so bold as to ask where you moved from? (asked as an expat _from_ the US)

-Jon

Sure,

Sure, I moved from the UK a couple of months ago to be with my wife, who is american.

So, how does Northern Maryland compare... ?

with the part of the UK you are from ?

I went to high school in Harford County, just cross the Susquehanna River from you and my sister lives a bit north of you in Pennsylvania. BTW, there is a great Renaissance Festival in Pennsylvania. Would you and your wife be interested ?
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"I think the surest sign that there is intelligent life out there in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." (Calvin and Hobbes/Bill Waterson)

Oh, nice

I'm from Manchester (in the northwest of England), and where I've moved to is certainly very different. I used to live in the middle of the city, and the countryside is a refreshing change - it's so nice here.

Just last weekend we went to the Maryland renaissance festival, and lots of fun was had by all. We're thinking of going to the PA one too at some point, time and money permitting. So to answer your question: yes - very interested.