Sunday, July 18, 2010

Alynda over at Breathe Gently recently shared her lovely, round, girly handwriting (with very pretty capital As, if I do), and somehow that convinced me to share my handwriting. Why? Who knows, as my handwriting is by no means pretty. In its natural state, my handwriting is barely legible, but I took my time here. Needless to say, there is a reason why my few attempts at doing notes on the whiteboard while teaching were dismal failures. Long live PowerPoint!

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

Lyrics from Sunlight in a Jar by The Lucksmiths (Warmer Corners)


Breathe Gently said...

Speaking of A's.. I always wished I could do cute little lower-case ones like yours. Jealous!

Teacher Anonymous said...

I remember switching the As and Es over to their new configuration, back in the 6th grade. Really slowed down my writing for a while there, but they became natural soon enough.

Hilariously, I found my dad's high school day planner a few years back and my handwriting looks just like a feminine version of his. He had since learned drafting and only writes in block-shaped capital letters, so I'd never seen his handwriting in its natural form.