Sharpener or Bust
Getting ready for the Doodle Challenge

Yes, it’s true …

Cap’n Killivine is lonely.

Cap’n Killivine is sick of sitting around all day!

But that’ doesn’t mean he’s giving up hope. In fact, he’s never been more optimistic about the course of events. True – the Boogie Phone has the upper hand for now. But more and more people are rediscovering the joys of handwriting notes. And doodles! Is there anything more soothing to the mind and also invigorating in a strange way than filling up a blank piece of paper with a doodle?

That’s where the Doodle Challenge comes in.

Now there’s a doodle!

Draw one yourself and then hang it on the wall. You’ll be amazed how many people will admire it, and then use it as inspiration to doodle their own and similarly tape it up for display. Early estimates are that one doodle leads to ten and from their the doodles geometrically expand.

When it’s all said and done it will be a doodle revolution!

Time for a Handwriting Workout!

Time for a handwriting workout with Cap’n Killivine. Why? Because in the age of smart phones we’ve all but forgotten the fine art of penning handwritten letters. Do you remember the last time you received a non-bill or non-junk spam in the mail. That’s right, I’m talking about a real bonafide letter from a friend. More than likely its been a long time. And mostly because you’ve spent the past decade texting and emailing each other back and forth. But was there ever a better exercise than handwriting a letter to a friend, by for the writer and the person waiting on the receiving end. That’s where Penmanshape comes into play. A letter can be as rejuvenating as it can be salve for what ails you in life. Granted, a letter will not move mountains, but it can help steer someone, both the writer and the receiver, to a more human level. There’s just something about holding a handwritten letter in your hand. You’ll read over it twice or three times. It’s a gift whenever you get it every time.