A few months ago, I was tagged by Nandini of Unputdownable Books (and formerly of Pages of Rustle) for the Handwriting Challenge. (Thanks for nominating me, Nandini!) This is a fun and unique blog hop where participants write their answers on pen and paper, then take a photo and share it in the blog post to show what your handwriting looks like.
Of course, before I show you my handwriting, let’s go over…
The Questions for the Handwriting Challenge
Here are the questions I had to answer:
- Write your name.
- Write your blog’s name.
- Write your favorite word and its definition.
- Write something nice.
- Write the name of your favorite song right now.
- What are you writing with?
- Write a fun fact about yourself.
- Write or draw your favorite emoticon.
- Write a silly message.
- Write who you’re tagging.
My Answers to the Handwriting Challenge
Hopefully my writing isn’t too messy or difficult to read. If you have trouble reading my answers, let me know which ones and I can type them either in my replies to your comments or in the body of this post.
As you can see, my handwriting is mostly cursive with some printed letters. I learned how to write in cursive between 4th and 6th grades. (At least, I think that’s when learned it…? Either way, it was a long time ago!) As I’ve gotten older, it’s evolved into what it is now. Even on a to-do list, I might start off writing in print, then subconsciously move into cursive or a mix of the two.
My Nominees for the Handwriting Challenge
Even though I listed my nominees in my handwritten answer, I’ll type their names below as well. If you’re on the list, please know that you aren’t obligated to accept the challenge if you don’t have the time or interest. It’s just my way of letting you know I was thinking of you. And if you do accept this challenge, I look forward to seeing your handwriting!
- S.J. Higbee
- Faith Rivens
- Joanna Maciejewska
- Victoria Grace Howell @ Wanderer’s Pen
- Zezee @ Zezee With Books
How about you? What does your handwriting look like? How would you answer any of the challenge’s questions? Also, if anyone has experience with graphology or handwriting analysis, what would you say my handwriting “says” about me?