Hello readers, I’m finally back after one week of absence from here. What have I been doing so far? Well, after my Vietnam trip that lasted from Tuesday to Friday last week, I had a bit of rest on Saturday, which unfortunately was morphed into a horror of a food poisoning on Sunday. Complete with diarrhoea, vomitting, and fever. I slept most of the Sunday away but I feel better today. Still having some cramps and diarrhoea, but I’ve seen a doctor and gotten some medication (was diagnosed with bacterial infection in the tract), and hopefully I’ll be perfectly fine in a couple of days. So what new acquisitions have I gotten lately? One nice “signature pen” which I will review another day, and two new kikki.k gel pens, which I will briefly share about today. The two pens are respectively named Rainbow Stitch and Bebis. Rainbow Stitch is probably thus named because of the squares of colour that make up a spectrum from one end of the pen to the other looking like a work of cross-stitching or embroidery. Although I would probably call this “Rainbow pixels instead”, to “keep up with technology”. Bebis is the Swedish word for […]
Every new pen I buy seems to get better. This week sees the National Stationery Day in the U.K. (24 April, hey it’s today!), and oh how envious I am! I’m not from the U.K. so it is a pity that I can’t join in the fun! But I guess I can still do it my own way by having a new review, this time of two pens! If you’re reading this from the U.K. please show this day some support. Check out this website. This review is not going to be very in-depth, considering that I’m writing about TWO pens which were only recently acquired – four days ago. Why the hurry, you may ask? That’s because after getting these two pens, I was so impressed by them that I had to post about them already! Without having to be “accustomed” to them, I already knew they were the perfect ones for me. I’ve been searching around for a sleek-looking and well-behaved white fountain pen, and almost wanted to get the white Pilot Prera, but in the end this pen caught my attention and I just had to help myself. Now for the story of how I came […]
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