Welcome to the fifth installment of my letter themed photo essays! I am also featuring a font as I have with the last 4 letter posts for W, B, R, and F. The font I chose for S is Square721 BT. It is part of the Square 721 font family designed by the late Italian designer Aldo Novarese and is packaged with Microsoft Office. This font and its boxy letters are perfect for achieving a modern feel. I use this one a lot!
Welcome to the forth installment of my letter themed photo posts! As with the last 3 letter posts for B, R, and F, I am also featuring a font. The font I picked for W is Eggwhite-Lite. It is the font I use for my Doodles and Jots logo and it comes with Gimp, a free Photoshop-like photo editing program. This fun font is available through The Font Bureau and the designer Cyrus Highsmith who is a RISD grad (no wonder I like it)!
Lately my son is asking lots of questions about what different things are made of, how they are made, and about their properties. Really! I know, definitely a future engineer! I love these question and want to encourage his interest. So today I am sharing some flash-cards I made that you can use in a bunch of different ways.
This morning there was one crow home, perched on it’s cupola nest, so I decided to stop and visit. While I was watching, the crow flew away and a bunch of smaller birds (maybe finches) flew from a nearby tree up to perch on and around the crow’s nest. A few minutes later the crow came back and the small birds flew off in a hurry. This happened a few more time before I left. I wonder why the small birds were venturing up there only to be chased away. Is it like a game? I wonder…