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phone batteries dies - had to use paper!My new phone ran out of battery power while I was out. Once the initial impact of the ‘no phone?!’ panic died down I scavenged paper and pen then improvised entertaining myself. Hoorah for remembering old-world, pre-smart-phone skills. My phone doesn’t have to be smart all the time if I can add some smarts to our relationship.

Even with a pinned arm I can write, and miss-spell, on paper. So I produced a draft blog-post.

But what would handwriting experts say about my scrawl? Do their analytical techniques still hold-water for the generations that haven’t really needed to learn to write?

A quick search of the Internet for graphology analysis 101 turned up this PDF.

After a thorough thoughtful application of this information I have analysed myself to be a little bit of everything really.

rate wendys scribble

3 bits of lovely banter on “graphology”

  1. ExpatEgghead writes:

    Interesting cursive script. Let’s give a big round of applause for paper and pen.



    wendy writes

    I was taught something called ‘Marion Richardson’. Very precise shapes/rules. I failed to get it right, quite dramatically. My left-hand approach makes it more difficult to make letters slant forward. Luckily, unlike my eldest brother, I didn’t have my left hand abused with a ruler slapped down on it if I used it. I was allowed to use it then told-off for my slant, irregular curves and disordered lettering (ok letter dis-order is a big failure to communicate, but I am still tying….)



  2. ExpatEgghead writes:

    You do better than I do. After a lifetime of toggle switches, keyboards my script makes me ashamed. Your’s look ‘complete’.



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