I love fonts. I haven’t figured out how to load them onto my computer for the sake of loading them on . . . but sometimes there’s a happy accident, like day before yesterday. I purchased a CD label making kit at Office Max. Came home, loaded the program onto the computer and like *magic* there were more fonts on my machine than before. Yeah! I like this one a lot, although it is a little difficult to read, I suppose. It’s called “NevisonCasD” – whatever that means.

I also like “Juice ITC”. What do you think? It’s a little easier to read, but still has style.

Japanette does not come with quotation marks . . . while I like the font, it bugs me that I do not have all the punctuation that I might need. Hmmm . . .

One of my favorites is “Harrington.” Isn’t it pretty? It’s scroll-y, and yet there’s something still childlike about it. Perhaps because even with its loopy-do’s, it’s still a straight up and down font?

 I think it is interesting how certain fonts and their names so perfectly go together. This is called “Arizona.” And it makes me think of Route 66 and postcards advertising rooms with a/c, television, and a swimming pool.

Well, I have things to do before turning in for the night. Have a good one and I’ll see you on the flip side!

4 thoughts on “

  1. I was just going to share what intermodal already has. Also, remember that when using different fonts on the web, only those who have those fonts loaded will be able to see them. Otherwise, they are translated into basic web fonts, or a close similarity.


  2. Oh, and using the different fonts also goes for when other people open Word documents from you, too. If they don’t have that font on their computer, they aren’t going to see it the way you do.


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