Anyway, I wasn't particularly good at typing, having sort of a proclivity for watching my fingers rather than the copy. Sort of meaning "totally."
tYPwriters are also very unforgiving. I left that oopsie there so you could see what my blog would have looked like had I been limited to a manual typerwiter. (see what I did there? I wish I could say it was on purpose.)
The thing is, though, there is still a bit of a romance in my head with the typewritten word. I just like the way it looks, I like the memory of the clickety-clack of the keys and the ding of the carriage return. So it isn't a great surprise that I am fond of using typewriter fonts for journaling on my scrapbook layouts. While I may not always use the same exact font, I like to think that using the same general "type" (ha ha) of font provides a certain unity to my pages.
Which is my way of saying this is my schtick and I am going to use it til I am tired of it.
I did a little Googling to explore the world of typewriter fonts to expand my collection, and thought I would share them with you. (meaning, I wasted time harvesting fonts on the web and now I am sharing them so I no longer feel guilty about the time "invested." Sorry that I am cheating you of that experience, but you can pin this on Pinterest or share it on Facebook and then you kind of get in on the virtue with extra time left over to, oh, I dunno, go research script fonts or something...)
And the download links:
Hope there are some new ones on this list for you - must keep those font addictions fed :) Enjoy!
* http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uff_da - I live in North Dakota now, so Uffda (or Uff da) is now a regular part of my lexicon