T is for Tale

t-1136092__180is for TALES.  And what a TALE  this will be.  For starters;  the initial letter T started to fight and whine.  It didn’t feel that the older font I was using gave the TALE justice. It felt small, boxed in, confined.  And now that I think about it,  the letter T in its fussing; turned out to be correct.

TALES are so much larger.  I can’t and do not want to even attempt to pack them into a smaller package.

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This little T put up a fight… kicking and screaming.

Some of the other candidates?  I will bring them in so that you can see my issues.

These two were in the running for a while but at the end I had to think that  TALES can not be confined to a just Celtic motif or even an old English form of swirls and texts.

 

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Peppermint T made an appearance!!!

 

And the last letter T,  I was torn because it was a color pattern that was calling to me.  The wood colors and how it was set up brought back memories of the wood shop that resided in the basement of our house.

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Memories are not a bad thing, but TALES are bigger.

So the moral of the TALE is to listen to your letters because they will speak to you as well. And sometimes they will turn out to be right.  

 

 

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2 thoughts on “T is for Tale

  1. I suppose my letters do speak to me, especially when I’m writing a blog post. Each one is important, and thankfully of a variety that makes letters into words, and words into sentences. From these leap paragraphs, and word counts, and on and on and on. It’s my hope that my letters are all put in such an order that they make sense; first to me, and then to others. If not dear letters, please don’t let me push the PUBLISH button until you are all satisfied that you have been placed in “sparky” settings!

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