Sunday Scribblings #89 – handwriting

Every Wednesday, Aaron at https://confusingmiddle.com/2022/01/19/sunday-scribblings-89-handwriting/ shares a new writing prompt. This week, the prompt is handwriting.

Handwriting can reveal a lot about people, there is an entire science about it, but honestly, I never really took the time to get into it.

My own handwriting is very much depending on my mood. But, it is often quite sloppy and I often have people at work commenting on it. In a hurry, my handwriting is hardly legible.

I noticed though, depending on the pen, my handwriting gets better or worse.

Many years ago, a person who was a friend back then gave me a fountain pen. I adore that one and use it all the time. Used – until I lost it at the hospital at the end of last year. It’s a long(er) story that I will not get into right now. Anyway… I loved that fountain pen and was devastated when I lost it. I ordered a new one. Exact same – pretending that it will be a birthday present to myself. Imagine what happened? Yeah… No surprise, I found the pen at the bottom of my handbag the exact day the new one arrived in the mail. My handbag is a large tote bag with lots of room. I bought it online last year. I am not sure it is still available, but here is a photo.

It looks better in real than on the pic. Hehe… I own at least 4 more bags from Society 6.

Back to handwriting. I share pictures with handwritten poetry quite often. And many people compliment me on my penmanship. It’s a nice thing, I think.

Both are things I wrote. One is legible and one is decipherable. Hehe.

How’s your handwriting? Do you write by hand at all?

6 thoughts on “Sunday Scribblings #89 – handwriting

  1. Oh my goodness, I had a calligraphy pen when I was in grade 6 or 7, and one day I was swinging it between two of my fingers and wasn’t thinking abd the ink flew EVERYWHERE! Like all over my desk and math text book. Not sure why I had it out during math class lol

    And I like your writing! It adds a little something when you post just a picture of your writings to your blog

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