Handwriting Challenge

I enjoy writing by hand because I admire my own handwriting, so this tag was perfect for me. I was tagged for it last year by Sara Letourneau and though I’ve considered doing it many times since then, it’s only now that I’ve found the time to sit and write out the answers.

The answers aren’t long, but these days I don’t write by hand as much as I used to. It’s much quicker to type something and either send or print it. I write notes by hand and other short trivial things that quickly come to mind, but otherwise everything is typed, especially if it’s something long. My thoughts race when I’m writing — whether a blog post, or story, or letter, — so it’s best that I type so I can keep up with them. My hands also grow tired less quickly when I type than write if what I’m working on something long.

But I still enjoy writing by hand and will sometimes recopy notes I initially typed by hand (which, I guess, is working backwards) so I can admire my handwriting while committing the notes to memory. I remember things better when I write instead of type them, and I see handwriting as a work of art. So yea, I was quite vain while doing this post. I admired myself while writing out my answers and even liked my attempts to cover up the mistakes I made.

The questions for the handwriting challenge:
  1. Write your name.
  2. Write your blog’s name.
  3. Write your favorite word and its definition.
  4. Write something nice.
  5. Write the name of your favorite song right now.
  6. What are you writing with?
  7. Write a fun fact about yourself.
  8. Write or draw your favorite emoticon.
  9. Write a silly message.
  10. Write who you’re tagging.
My answers to the challenge:

That’s it for me. I won’t tag anyone but if you feel like writing something down, consider yourself tagged. 🙂

29 thoughts on “Handwriting Challenge

  1. Your handwriting is beautiful but more importantly, I can read it! Mine is terrible. ♥️ Have you had your handwriting analyzed? I had a teacher (long time ago) who would analyze his students handwriting at the beginning of the year. He was really into it and believed he knew more about his students than any other teacher because of it.

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  2. You’ve beautiful handwriting. After years of typing, my hand gets so tired after writing even few lines these days. Best of luck for your art history class. 🙂

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    1. Lol at firemush. My mum’s handwriting is hard to read too, but I loved it when she wrote me letters when I was a kid. Kinda felt like puzzling out a secret document or something. Lol!

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  3. Yay! So glad to see you tackle the challenge, Zezee. And you have beautiful handwriting. I love how you used two different colored pens, too (and in two of my favorite colors!).

    By the way, I hope you get to take that art history class in the future!

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    1. Thank you, Sara! 🙂 I was playing around with the pens today (totally procrastinating) when I remembered this tag.

      Thanks! I hope so too. My plan is to do one art and one writing class. So hopefully I’ll have enough time for both.

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