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  • Kathleen Martin

    Stories Yet to Be Written, beautiful inspiration.

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    Jonathancarrollstories: People have a hard time letting go of...

  • Jade Laurana Adams

    I have been writing stories, poems, and books since I was a little girl. No matter how much I write I always feel like I have more to say. For this reason, I chose to perfect my work by pursuing a creative writing undergraduate degree at Concordia University.

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    Stories Yet to be Written - etched bottles from Vinegar and Brown Paper

  • Kay Kauffman

    This would look lovely on my desk, next to my antique bottle of ink... :)

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Stories Yet to be Written - etched bottles from Vinegar and Brown Paper

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I love you to the moon 12 x 18 print. $40,00, via Etsy.

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Ginko - Leaves turn a buttery yellow in the Fall and are beautiful when the sun shines on them. This brilliant colleague reminds me of shingles on a building.

I have several old vintage ink bottles such as this one. Ink bottles, sealing wax, lovely fiber bond papers ~ a little piece of heaven on earth.

Bonus points because the book in the bag is 'Paper Towns' by John Green!