Emotion

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  1. How this speaks to me, is the distinct personalities you will find in each one’s handwriting. I love having poems and notes written in my grandmother’s handwriting, and letters and cards my mother wrote to me. As her (as yet undiagnosed) Alzheimers progressed, her hand writing became more illegible and her thoughts disjointed–her letters are a record of her decline. I treasure handwritten notes. E-mail has ended that!

    January 14, 2012 at 11:01 am

    • Thank you for sharing that, Joigrl…tender and personal thought. I, too, enjoy reading handwriting…and it seems that I don’t see too much of it anymore, like you, with all the email business speeding our lives along.

      January 14, 2012 at 8:46 pm

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