Procrastinating my writing by way of typecasting...
Then we'll sell our spare typewriters for thousands of dollars each! See, it's an investment in the future when we rescue little suitcases full of typing pleasure. (:
That's right, Ted. I always tell myself (and my wife, friends, et cetera) that I'm doing myself a future favor in picking up YET ANOTHER typewriter. "It's an investment, really..."Deek - Journaling gives me a ton of satisfaction. I like recording our family adventures, thoughts, crummy poems, and whatever else. Writing in that daily really helps me mentally.
Thanks for this post, certainly can relate. I have not been into a regular TV habit for years now; I usually just catch up on iTunes and YouTube now and then. I've always been interested in manual typewriters; after years of postponement, I finally snatched an Olivetti-Underwood Studio 44. I get a thrill using it, I hope to type more often.