Here’s some leftovers from Handwriting Analysis week on accounta it turned out to be so popular. My toes are fixing to freeze again, so I’ll have to do these the quick ‘n’ dirty way.
Tracy sent me her sample, and here it is.
Tracy has a distinctive, almost calligraphic writing style that suggests artistic ability.
The rolled T-bars indicate a jolly sense of humor.
Her baselines slope upward, which shows that she’s optimistic about the future.
The letterforms are somewhat angular, which suggests tension and/or some force to the personality. Maybe she’s a really assertive librarian. Nobody talks above a whisper in her library!
The high t-bars show high goals and a lofty imagination.
Mostly disconnected letters show an intuitive thinker.
Simplified capitals show someone who is literary.
Long lower loops indicate some kind of interest in physical or material things, but many of these loops are unclosed, which indicate frustration there.
By the way, it is normal for our handwriting to deviate from what we were taught as children. The more that happens, the more we’ve grown as individuals. “Perfect” handwriting is for the unimaginative conformists of the world.
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