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Covid 19

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

So many companies have done it, I feel bad if we don't.Re: Covid19, Corona virus, the Pandemic, whatever it should be called.Please follow the scientific advice and do your best to keep safe. Impact on Nero’s NotesHQ AmesburyNero’s HQ is the domain of Clare. Nobody else has a key. There are other tenants in the building, but in separate spaces. All are largely staying away, or practising social distancing. Clare has always determined her own hours around her other commitments and continues to do so. Frankly, her standards of hygiene are always the highest, and now they come with added...

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Brass in pockets in brass, in your pocket, in Itse' yi (eh?)

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Inside this unassuming brown utilitarian pencil case - or so it initially appears - is a roll of purple majesty.

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Lockdown

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Not really notebook-related this one! I am however using a Field Notes Autumn Trilogy to record Mags’ BP and blood sugars. 😁 This post was first published on stuartlennon.comAdamantios (his real name) took me through the CT. I’m sure he was speaking English, but when it comes to the medical terms, Greek remains the lingua franca. Spondylolisthesis was one of the more entertaining tongue-twisters.I’m not sure I can accurately explain the breadth of the issues, nor indeed the intricacies of the solutions proposed. The recommendation was to operate. Then it wasn't. Then it was again. I was getting dizzy. Poor...

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Analogue v digital: journalling

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Well, it's me. So the answer is, of course, analogue! But also, as it's me, I have LOTS of different journals!

1. Daily journal

2. Writing journal

3. "Processing crap in my head" journal

4. "Amazing days journal"

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Hospitals

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

I’m publishing this the day after the London Spring Pen Show - which Nero’s was due to attend, but didn’t.  —————————- "What?"The paramedic eyed our straightest staircase with horror."If we go around the house, there are fewer steps," I ventured.We went off to explore this route, while the ambulance driver focused on turning the vehicle around, knocking over the lighting on the driveway as he did so.Eventually we exited the house through one of the bedrooms. Keen to reassure the patient, strapped to the stretcher, Marios, the paramedic said,"This part is very dangerous. But don't worry Mrs Lennon." He and...

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