-Isms: View on life in rural America
May 7, 2020
It’s been said that each fingerprint is unique.
I contend a person’s handwriting tells a similar story.
Dad’s handwriting - beginning to appear a bit shaky - is the quintessential teacher script: perfectly formed letters looped together in an orderly vertical cadence.
Mom’s handwriting featured precise strokes, making it easy to read. Each capital letter, a flourish of serif elements and wide spacing.
Even my children’s handwriting is distinct. Cassie’s resembles groupings of thinly-formed letters with a script-like twist. Amanda’s writing is a stringing of lower case letters,...