Handwriting Analysis Results: Shannon


So far I have done the Limebird Writers  Laura, Beth, Aaron, KateSally,  and Neeks, and Limebird friend Gillian.

It’s Shannon’s turn.

Here’s Shannon’s handwriting sample.

Shannon's handwriting sample

Shannon's handwriting sample

Shannon has some interesting writing going on here.  And yes, it’s easier to read in print than in cursive (damn you, cursive).

The printed part of the sample has simplified block capitals, which suggest a literary bent.  Tall letters also suggest literary or intellectual ambitions.

Changeable slant:  Shannon’s approach to people varies considerably depending on her mood, she can be slightly standoffish to quite friendly.  It is likely she experiences intermittent bursts of energy interspersed with periods of lethargy and tiredness.

Big d-loop:  very sensitive to criticism

Light writing:  Sensitive emotional nature,  possibly spiritual

Incomplete lower loops:  Unfulfilled in some physical way

Hook formation on some capital letters: Gift of gab, loves to talk

Words rising and falling on the baseline:  another indicator of changeable moods

Sinking baseline:  She is inclined toward depression and/or pessimism

Illegible signature:  not significant by itself, people who sign things a lot usually have illegible signatures

The overall impression is of a person who is very sensitive emotionally, highly reactive to circumstances, has to fight against dark moods but is ambitious for her future in some intellectual sphere.


How’d I do?  Let me know in the comments.

7 thoughts on “Handwriting Analysis Results: Shannon

  1. Hi there. I’m very excited to see what you’ve come up with, but the Gillian link gets an error message.

    P.S. I’m a Limebird fan, not a writer but maybe one day!

  2. You definitely got the “gift of gab” part right (some of my comments on posts are longer enough to be posts of their own).

    The full reason my signature is illegible is that my name, Shannon, has all those n’s in a row. So, either you look like you’re a 4th grader practicing, or it’s illegible. “nnon” just doesn’t lend itself to cursive nicely.

    What are “incomplete lower loops?”

    Thanks for taking the time to do this – it was fun 🙂

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