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January 13, 2014


Nancy Roessner

I don't know if I'd feel comfortable having someone do an analysis of my handwriting. I can see by myself that it's inconsistent, sometimes neat and sometimes messy and I switch styles of capital letters. Sometimes I switch between cursive and printing, mid-paper. I think I read that is a sign of neuroses. Yikes!
I found your Dad's study to be interesting. Did Ms. Lowe do one of your writing? Would you want her to?

Donna Andrews

Nancy, Sheila didn't analyze me. For one thing--it's a lot of work, and I didn't want to ask her for too many freebies. But also--I think I feel the same way as you--not sure I want someone analyzing me!

David Chaudoir

What a warm, illuminating, beautiful blog post, Donna! I really enjoyed it. I loved the first sentence from 1 Dec 1985--at first I read it as if he was measuring your visit by the rainfall: "Donna was here for a total of 2.5 inches."


I'm glad you liked my analysis, Donna. I have a somewhat similar assignment this week, analyzing the late father of several children to help them understand who he was and why.
Much of my handwriting analysis work is for companies who are hiring and want to know whether an applicant's personality is a good fit.
Thanks for mentioning my new online class. We are still accepting students!

Kathy Reel

Great to have these insights about your father. I wouldn't mind someone analyzing my parents' (both who are dead) handwriting to see if my impressions of them matched up. I'm fascinated by handwriting analysis, but, like other here, I'm probably leery of having my own handwriting scrutinized. I'm not sure I want to know.

Sherry Harris

Very interesting, Donna! Good luck with the police academy!

Hank Phillippi Ryan

SO fascinating! Lpve this...

And I'm beginning to notice my handwriting is starting to look like my mother's. Scary!


Fascinating. Thanks so much, Sheila. And Donna, I always enjoy hearing about your Dad. :)

Maryanne Birch

Like your father I print. I only write my name. I have never written even though I learned in School. I am disgraphic and always had problems with my letters when I was young and to this day struggle with my writing so when I write I print. I seldom write more then a list of things to do or groceries to get. I have 2 letters that need to be written and I keep putting it off. I am not sure I would want to know what my writing says about me but I would love to do something like this. Though I doubt I ever will.

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