Friday 6 August 2010

I've been tagged so I'm honoring it :o)

I've been tagged by DH Hammons to do this handwriting thingy. If there are any handwriting experts out there that would like to tell me the meaning of mine, I'd be ever so grateful! So here it is with no further ado ...

This is what I had to do. On a plain piece of paper jot down the following:

1. Name/Blog Name.
2. Right handed, left handed or both?
3. Favorite letters to write?
4. Least favorite letters to write?
5. Write: The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog.
6. Write in caps:
7. Favorite song lyrics?
8. Tag 7 people.
9. Any special note or drawing?
And here you are:

To see who's been tagged just click on the picture and it will enlarge. My handwriting is a mess. It used to be so much neater before I spent all my time on the computer!
Has your handwriting changed since primarily using a word processor?


  1. Love these little meme's!!! My writing has changed over the past year or two since I've typed more which causes more tendinitis and carpal tunnel than planned. So I suppose the easier answer is YES!

  2. This was an interesting tag, I'm afraid my handwriting has suffered since usung a word processor, not only that it takes longer too.

  3. Your writing isn't that bad at all. I can't even read mine.

  4. You have wonderful handwriting. I've been tagged by another person to do it and so I'm going to be featuring it on my blog today too.

  5. Mine has changed since I had surgery on my dominant wrist last year. I can't be as precise or hold the pen as firmly. Very sad, as I was quite obsessive about my handwriting.

  6. Mine has definitely changed since working on a computer the majority of the time. I used to care about being neat but now, I'm in too much of a hurry to just get things written down that I'm lucky if I can read it afterwards.

  7. I think you have lovely handwriting!

  8. I still hand write my stories, so my handwriting is a little better. But it's still atrocious!

  9. Your handwriting is great! Mine has not changed much over the years. I admit, I am obsessive about making things neat - in my moleskin journal I HATE when I have to cross something out. I'll even try and rework the sentence to avoid it. Ack.

    Thanks for the tag. I'm heading to a limited internet spot for a week so will honor the tag when I return.

  10. Oh yes, handwriting is now barely legible unless I really concentrate.

  11. I used to write in cursive a lot more, but now I just print. Not sure if that has anything to do with typing or not.

    Your hand-writing is very nice. Job well done!! :)

  12. I think of all the writing I've seen, yours is closest to mine. I don't mean to be insulting, because yours is prettier, but we have similar quirks (I did this yesterday, but am not sure I hand-wrote enough to see)--I just recognize it.

  13. Awesome! And yes, my handwriting has become sloppier since I began typing so much. I'm impatient with the time it takes to spell everything out, and the faster I push my hand, the worse my penmanship looks :P

    Happy weekend!

  14. Thank god I wasn't tagged. My handwriting is ugly, illegible, and embarrassing.

    Is it a dying art?


  15. hi miss jessica! you got cool hand writing. mine is pretty bad and it gets worse if im writing fast. then i cant even read it. ha ha.
    i dont know what looking at how someone writes with a pencil means but its cool looking at how others do it. im yelling all the way over to where youre on your holiday I MISS YOU! i hope youre having fun.
    ...hugs from lenny

  16. I finally got down to doing it today. Am ashamed to see how bad my handwriting has become since I started typing out stuff :-(

    But I guess as long as it is legible, it is good enough.


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