Though I have access to the Internet almost 24/7, nothing really beats the feel of a pen tip scribbling over a fresh page of paper. I have a Moleskine diary, which makes writing extra special.
I am proud I have one but it's not just because of the brand, but because the paper is just so awesome to write on. Several Moleskin users can attest to it. It makes the experience even more enthralling; especially when it is in stark contrast during these modern times where fingers are flying over the keyboard and electronic fonts, the art of keeping introspective and free-flowing ideas from mind to hand to pen and paper are almost lost.
But mostly Mike.
Date on 11/11/2011. Special entry in my journal because he asked me out and I didn't think he was capable of cheesy things like this.
I don't write daily, maybe every other day, and usually in the evenings when I plop down to bed, feeling fresh after a quick scrub-the-day-away bath and a fresh sheet mask on my face. I really enjoy these times as it feels relaxing, don't you think? How about you? Do you keep a real diary? What's in it? :D
Thanks so much for reading!