Getting Bored so here comes another post!
I have nothing to do today, so I'm going to work on my blog.
Now that you know all about my collection, I'd love to hear about your collections! I am feeling like using the exclamation point today. Please pardon me for it. I'm usually never like this, I hate exclamatory marks! But I used one right there anyway. Since I can't typecast for an indefinite time, so I'll try to make this as close as possible. Just like you guys, my interests are not limited to just typewriters, but I like movies, old cameras, and handwriting just as much. Ironically, being born in a digital age, I used a typewriter before I used a computer. When I was around 4 years-old my brother had an electric and a remember using it from time to time. But then I took it apart. I was like a little monster back then. I wanted to take everything apart. I would take broken computer towers apart, claiming I was trying to "fix them". My typewriter obsession began when I wanted a typewriter, for some reason, I don't remember why, but that's when it all began. I got an Aztec 14 typewriter from my Grandma's house before we sold it. I couldn't find anything on the internet about it, and it broke, and before I could get it fixed, my Dad threw it away. My sister's boss got me my Royal 1935 De Luxe from Upstate New York, and I have been using it ever since. The line that helps the carriage back and forth snapped on that and I recently got that fixed. For my Conformation, my Mom got me my 1949 Smith-Corona Sterling, which I absolutely love, and which I brought with me on vacation. Just last week I got my Olivetti Lettera 25
from David Kinchen in Texas. Once again, thank you so much for it, Mr.Kinchen, if your'e reading this. All right I'm done with this.