I've got a long name that I really love, but people call me Cza for convenience. I am a creative in mind and heart who values happiness and love above anything else in the world. Learning life's lessons and desiring to transmit them to others in the future. Avid pen collector. Joy seeker. Building values and friendships that would last.Please take time to visit my website and read about the things I like.
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Inspired by this post, I managed to persuade my dad to take me to Binondo while my mom was having her glasses made so I could check out the rare Pilot pens which my friend @writergirl confirmed were being sold there (thanks, Nox!). :D This pen immediately caught my eye, seeing as it was the exact same model the owner of the first linked blog had managed to purchase. :D After haggling for a discount (which took 60 bucks off the pen’s original price, partly due to an error on the saleslady’s part) I had the pen wrapped, along with a Pilot Birdie fountain pen which I currently use to practice cursive (and have very much fallen in love with). :) I am now the happiest I have ever been in my entire pen-collecting history (which, in the span of half a year, has given birth to three Parker IM’s —one of which remains nowhere to be seen, and has possibly been mistakenly given away to charity upon having been left in my locker past the deadline of item retrieval — a Pilot Acroball, three Parker Jotters, one discontinued Parker pen of unidentifiable model, three G2ex’s — of which one has been given to my mom in an subliminal effort to soften her on my splurging on pens — two Zebra Sarasas from Singapore, one Tapliclip, a nonfunctional Zebra Surari, and a Pilot B2P, among several other pens of lesser value).
This kid is truly a stationery freak — no wonder I tend to appreciate trips to the bookstore more than any other place, especially if I’m headed for the mall anyway.