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Sunshine Kids Sun Stoppers Window Shade, Black

Sunshine Kids Sun Stoppers Window Shade, Black

Sunshine Kids Sun Stoppers Window Shade - Black
Side window solar mesh panels help protect both front and rear-facing children from sun and glare. The pop-open design always holds its shape for a smooth, wrinkle-free look and a secure installation. Attaches in seconds and sized to fit all cars, mini-vans and SUV's. Two per package.

Features include:

•Pop open design always holds its shape
•Solar mesh fabric helps block the sun
•Sized to fit all windows 17 .5" wide x 14 .5" high
•Folds flat to store in seat back pocket

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Noodler's Piston Filler Fountain Pen

Noodler's Piston Filler Fountain Pen

Noodler’s Piston Filler Fountain Pen & Noodler’s Cayenne Ink Review:
The Noodler’s fountain pen is one of the smallest fountain pens that I own. It has similar dimensions to any number of cheap disposable ballpoint pens. The countours of the section are nearly parallel, it has no sexy curves to faciliate one's grip; above the section are small vertical windows for observing the ink level in the pen’s reservoir. The cap screws onto the section for storage and posts securely onto the top of the pen when writing. Twisting the top of the pen, which is threaded into the body, operates the piston mechanism. The pen readily fills with ink. I filled the reservoir once, flushed it back into the ink bottle and filled the reservoir again slowly to try and minimize the amount of air space left in the pen. It doesn’t write as smooth as my Parker Sonnet or Lamy Safari/ABC. I’d put its glide on par with the cheap cross fountain pens that can be bought at university bookstores. This pen is a wet writer and a leaky writer. A gentle shake produces a shower of ink droplets falling onto the page. I’m not sure whether the pen writes so wet that ink soaks through the pages of my Moleskine or if it’s the Noodler’s ink that manages to creep its way through the pages. I’ve read a lot of comments online about Moleskine paper and how crummy it pairs with fountain pens but have never had problems in the past. The bleed-through of this pen & ink combination is nearly unacceptable. I shouldn’t even be writing on the back of pages with as much bleeding as there is, but my OCD won’t let me leave the pages blank. I won’t be able to tell for certain whether it’s the pen or the ink until I’ve emptied one of my Lamy’s which I’ve been using lately without any bleed-through.
Bleeding issues aside, I like the red shade of the cayenne ink. I purchased the ink because I didn’t like the ridiculous water solubility of my Lamy and Parker Quink inks. I couldn’t believe how readily those inks washed off the page with just a drop or two of errant dog drool from my slobbery collie.
I’ve sketched a small grid in both Quink and Noodler’s Cayenne to do a smear test and given them time to dry. Noodler’s inks aren’t supposed to smear, feather, or wash away like traditional fountain pen inks. Noodler’s has several different designations for their inks. The bulletproof inks are supposed to be equivalent to writing with a sharpie; eternal inks aren’t impossible to wash off of a document with harsh chemicals but are more stable on the page for general archival purposes. The least stable and permanent inks are the classic formulations that are just meant to imitate the ink from the good ol’ days. I’m not certain which category the cayenne ink falls into and I don’t feel like getting online to look it up. After letting the Noodler’s dry I licked my finger and ran it over the ink a few times. While the cayenne does show some signs of smearing and not being completely fast to the paper, it clearly fares better than the black Parker Quink. Still waiting to be tested is a bottle of Noodler’s Polar Blue Eternal and a bottle of Hunter Green Noodler’s en-rout to me from one of Amazon’s sales partners.
Would I recommend the Noodler’s pen to others? That’s a toughie. It writes, but it seems a little leaky and weepy. Reviews I’ve read online complained about the pen slowly leaking out ink into the cap if not stored vertically with the nip up. I like a pen that can be tossed around a fair bit without making a huge mess. My Lamys haven’t disappointed in this regard, fine German engineering those Lamys. Noodler’s pens are a cross between American & Indian manufacturing and compromises in quality are obvious, but for $16 it’s hard to go too wrong. The ubiquitous Lamy Safari is only about $10 more but a much better writing instrument that can easily be outfitted with a converter for use with bottled ink, and if someone where to ever ask me for a recommendation for a good daily writer at an affordable price I would certainly opt for the Lamy Safari over the Noodler’s Piston Filler.

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I couldn't have found a more perfect quote to sum up my first day of work today.

I had a FABULOUS first day.

I love the people I work with, I love what I will be doing, AND my three kiddos did really really well with their first day of daycare.

I have a lot more that I hope to share with you all but I have a few things I need to do before I hit the sheets. I feel like I haven't slept since Thursday night. I worked the overnight shift all weekend at the shelter and then I couldn't sleep on Sunday night with my mind racing about today's BIG DAY.

On a totally different subject.....for the last SIX years I could be online pretty much anytime that I wanted to be.....with my new job online time will be pretty much ONLY on my lunch breaks and once the kiddos are in bed for the night. I miss you all like crazy already but I know in a little bit of time I will adjust to my new online time routine. It sucks but this new job of mine requires a lot of day/night traveling and paper work. Not to mention meetings, meetings, and more meetings. With all of that it is pretty much impossible to get online during the day.

Thank you in advance for being patient with me as I adjust to my new daily routine. I am not going anywhere, I will continue my YIP project and continue commenting to all of my Flickr friends. With my new job where I am pretty much offline allllllllllll day, it will just take extra creativity and brain power to find ways to still have Flickr as a big and special part of my day and my life.

I refuse to let go of Flickr OR to let go of any of you.


Thanks so very much for your good luck wishes and love and support!


I love you all!

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