Merle Haggard’s famous baritone line from 1966 laments, “Tonight the bottle let me down, And let your memory hang around.” Here’s a story about when I was let down once. The machines here is an Olympia SM9 paired with Tomoe River A5 paper. Not quite onion skin, but close enough.
Existence requires boundaries. From time to time, those lines blur, weakening our structure. Perhaps, one mortar “remedy” is nature.
A musing from earlier today — real or imagined. An Olympia SM9 is the weapon of choice, along with corrasable bond paper. ps: Spelling errors aren’t corrected, they interrupt the flow.
The best typewriters have already been manufactured and there’s nothing you can do about it. If writing on a computer is leaving you lost, here’s an alternative.