Here’s her handwriting sample:
Aside from making my stardust feel particularly shiny, Sally bets me that I can’t even read her sample. Ha! You lost that bet!
Sally has an interesting writing style called threaded writing. People who write this way have minds that work so fast that their writing can’t keep up and sometimes other people have difficulty following. Threaded writing also suggests a flexible, adaptable mind.
Upright slant: Independent, rational
Small writing: Humility, ability to concentrate on details. Often found in handwriting of scientists
Large loops in upper zone: Huge imagination, idealistic, prone to daydreaming
Big broad capitals, open “o” : Likes to be center of attention, loves to talk
Simple letter “I” : Literary, unpretentious
Mixture of connected and disconnected letters: Both logical and intuitive.
Open lower loops trailing leftward: Preoccupied with the past
Lowercase “g” shaped like figure 8: Cultured
Weak t-bars: unassertive, needs to work on self-confidence
Signature ascending: Optimistic
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