Archive for September, 2011

Hey folks, it’s Monday and after two weeks, Pen & Paper is back on schedule.

Will post about what’s happend this week along with a few other updates.

I recently got home from seeing The Help which I have to say was a good movie.

Will post more on that later.

See ya on Wednesday!


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Call it take two…

Hey folks, due to being tired after a great dinner the post for today will be delayed.

Sorry again for the interruption.

Look for something soon

See ya!

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Hey folks, sorry for not posting earlier this week.

Not to worry,  Pen & Paper’s regular schedule will continue on Monday.

To make up for lost time, I’ll be doing a post on Saturday as well as doing some maintenance work both here and on my main site.

I truly apologize for the inconvenience.

Thanks for stopping by!

See ya tomorrow!

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