33 thoughts on “In which Theresa shares a new logo from turtledesk!

  1. Hi Theresa,

    Thought of you recently. I’m listening to Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor – the first of her books for me. I know it’s a different style than your own writing but some of the prose is striking and made me think of your writing.

    See you on the 12th.





  2. I love the logo. I used a fountain pen. When I went to elementary school, writing calligraphy was one of our assignments. When I helped my daughter send out the wedding invitations, I bought a calligraphy set and wrote all the envelopes in calligraphy. Now when I choose fonts, I tend to choose some kind of scripts.

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    1. Very nice to know, Miriam! I confess I have a whole set of fountain pens, some more portable with cartridge ink, others I use an ink filler from a bottle (at home). They are a little tricky on airplanes with the change in pressure. So I’m more cautious there! Have a great day!

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  3. This is interesting how they use a fountain pen and long hand. I tried the long hand and I couldn’t keep up so I went to typing. The joke I use is, I type like I think…slow. But there is truth. It slows me down just enough when typing to organize my thoughts. Like their site. Thanks Theresa.

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  4. Oh so lovely! You’re a lucky one. I try to write longhand every now and then, just so I don’t forget how to write. Haha. My perfectionism results to me with a lot of torn paper as I can’t have scratched out mistakes. It takes long to get a page done.

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    1. Oh! I’m just glad you are writing, my friend. And, come to think of it, I also have been writing (in my head) quicker than writing by hand can get down the words, lately. Might be good for me to consider a combination of handwriting and computer. Thanks!

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      1. It is so true, my dear friend. I’m slowly getting myself back to normal. My GP wasn’t pleased with me designing how I take my meds. Haha! So, I suffer from the side effects till now. I’ll be good from now on. Lots of love and warmest hugs. 🙂

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  5. I write with pencil and paper all the time, that is where all my first drafts originate even my blog entries begin there. My pencil sliding across the paper is music to my ears and helps stimulate my thinking process. I totally get what your friend means about the words coming alive as she writes. When I transfer it to my computer is when I fuss with punctuation and the editing process whereas my notebook with my pencil is my raw thoughts coming to fruition. I take my notebooks and pencils everywhere with me in my bottomless pit sack purse. My husband swears I have the kitchen sink stashed in there too.
    That’s an awesome logo, Theresa. I enjoyed this entry. It never ceases to amaze me how much many things we all do in common.

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    1. I love that you share a love of writing by hand using pen and paper. It is a lovely and romantic feeling (in the “romance=emotional” not romantic-love sense) to write this way! Such a great description of your bag, too. 🙂 Thanks, Lyn!

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