Beginning October 21, this blog, Rain Trueax's Rainy Day Thoughts, will have a co-author-- painter and long-time friend, Diane Widler Wenzel. We have been sharing, encouraging, and discussing life for over 50 years. We don't always agree... I think this will be fun trip for us both. New posts will be on Saturdays and otherwise randomly as something of interest happens.

Sunday, April 16, 2017


11 comments:

Brig said...

A Happy & Blessed Easter to you and yours, Rain.

Ingineer66 said...

Happy Easter.
I haven't been paying close attention lately so this might be funny. But when did you change the title to the Disneyland font?

Rain Trueax said...

You mean the font? I think a few weeks ago when I had two horses from Wyoming and a much earlier trip. These elk were in our pasture this week with an app from Dreamscope. The font was one recommended for paranormals but I liked it. It is called Enchanted Land but was free. So Disneyland uses it???

Ingineer66 said...

Yes the font for the title Rainy Day Thoughts looks the same as the font Disneyland uses from their signs and logo.

Rain Trueax said...

I'd never seen it but went looking and turns out they have many free fonts, and it is one of them. Weird that you'd recognize it with so many similar fonts out there. So does it damage your enjoyment of this site? Make you think it'd be a Disney blog?

Rain Trueax said...

I changed it to another free font. Do you recognize this one too???

Ingineer66 said...

I like Disneyland. It is the happiest place on earth. I didn't mean for you to change it. Whatever font you use does not diminish my enjoyment of your writing. But the new one does look kind of familiar. Maybe similar to the font used in the Pinocchio or Peter Pan rides at Disneyland. It has been over 11 years since I have been to the park so my memory isn't as sharp as it used to be.

Rain Trueax said...

lol It is also a Disney free font. I think I'll go back to the other though as it was less blocky :)

Rain Trueax said...

I'm still amazed you noted the fonts and their similar uses elsewhere. Do you have graphic design training or aspects to your job that makes fonts part of it?

Ingineer66 said...

Lol, no and no. Thank you though, I just seem to have a good editor's eye for small details. I have zero artistic ability, but I find typos and other small errors on project plans and documents very easily.

Rain Trueax said...

Sounds like you'd make a good beta reader-- in the genres you enjoy anyway...