Saturday, July 23, 2016

The Power of Words Tag

Another fun tag comes to rescue you all from my laziness. This is very similar to the Text Tag I did back in June, and all my answers are completely different this time! Thanks, Anna, for tagging me.


Thank the person who nominated you and give a link to their blog 
Answer the original 6 text-themed questions
Add a typography/word related question of your own for those you tagged to answer
Tag 6+ bloggers and let them know (via their blogs, social media, whatever)
Include these rules in your post


What Is Your Favorite Letter Of The Alphabet?
Hm. Besides I and Z that I chose last time, I enjoy A, F, and W. I like them in print, cursive, lowercase, and capital.
What Are Three Words You Love?
What Are Three Words You Hate?
If You Were To Create A Word, What Would It Be?
Once again, I remind you have I created the word "tirspuchi" (tur-SPOO-chee) which means cow.
If I were to create yet another it would be "emiliant" (uh-MEEL-ee-uhnt) which means feeling happy and content for an unknown reason.
What Are Your Three Favorite Punctuation Marks?
What Are Your Three Favorite Fonts?
What's One Word That Means A Lot To You?
Duty. What came to your mind? Yeah, all of that's important to me.

Anna's question :If You Could Change the Spelling of Any Word (for whatever reason) What Word Would it Be?
Good question! I would use only the British spellings for words such as honour, colour, favour. They're so much prettier that way. And I would include the foreign look of every word that comes from a different language, so that we might remember that: dankë and café.


I tag those who have recently followed me. Blessings Counter, Krista Marie, and Ashley Nicole to name a few :) My question for any of you that choose to do this is:

Which presidential signature do you like the look of the most?
Mine's a tie between John Adams and Ronald Reagan.

I hope this was fun! What are your favorite/least favorite words? Did you know the meanings of all my favorite words? If not, you should look them up. They're all winners! Have a great weekend, everyone :)


  1. I love reading these tags
    And I like the poor Richard font + sonder is such a pretty word. And presidents signatures hmmmm I'm going to look at that

    1. I'm glad! It's so hard for me to choose fonts because I rarely use any creative ones and I'm not that picky XD Presidential signatures are actually pretty cool. We have a mug with all of them :D

  2. Ooh, so much fun! I love these tags!

    1. Glad you enjoyed. Feel free to participate if you'd like. But you may have already done this one :)

  3. Another really cool writing/words tag! Those are my favorites, plus book ones. ;)

    1. Yes! Worsy ones are the best ^.^ I've yet to do any book ones, but someday ;)

  4. I love the word "emiliant" because that's definitely a word now. THAT'S A THING NOW AND I WILL USE IT.

    1. Mwahahaha! I will make my way into the dictionary if it's the last thing I do :D Seriously, though, this makes me so happy! ^.^

  5. Fun tag! :D I love ~ must have a name, though I don't know it. ;)

    1. Thanks! I think ~ are called tildes . . . ? They usually go over letters in foreign languages but I just think they're pretty :)

  6. I used to love Lucida Calligraphy. But sometimes it doesn't work. I think it can be good for writing on cards or titles, but for anything more it's a bit too stylized. It's got a flavour that is only good in certain places in a small amount.

    1. Lucida Calligraphy is still a go to for me when I need something scripty. I like that it doesn't have a whole lot of swirls and and embellishments around it. But it's true, I usually only use it in very large font sizes. It works best for titles :)

  7. With the question "What word means a lot to you?" the first word that came to mind was "Whimsical." It's such a beautiful name with an even more beautiful meaning.
    ~Aidyl from Noveltea

    1. Oh, that's a good one! In order for me to truly love a word, I must love the way it sounds and what it communicates :)

  8. Speaking of tags...I tagged you on my blog:

  9. Sonder is a really pretty word now that I know what it means ^^

    And I like how you acknowledged the British spellings for colour, favour and honour ^^

    And when you said you created the word tirspuchi, I thought "I bet someone else has created it before," but then I looked it up and DARN IT you created it. How come the words I create are always taken? COME, ON! *cries*


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