Here it goes:(a) Write who tagged me,
(b) Answer the following questions:
(b1) my name/user name/pseudo
(b2) right-handed or left-handed?
(b3) my favorite letters to write
(b4) my least favorite letters to write
(b5) and I should write "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog"
(c) Tag five other people.
Some people told me that I have a nice handwriting even I am a left-handed writer. They don't know that it took me sometime to practice a kind stroke. I believed then that constant practice makes it perfect opposite to what Ai-Ai de las Alas said on her last movie that "But then again, nobody's perfect so why practice?" Ha-ha. My handwritten practice session happened during high school. We had transferees from Assumption. As we all know that they execute one and only uniform handwriting. I also tried to imitate their handwriting but came up with the unique stroke I found in an art handwriting book about art stokes, whatever. It all started when I first wrote an admiration letter for my junior high school mate. Since then, I am used to write that specific handwriting stroke.
I even wrote some admiration letters for celebrities. And I kept their replies on a photo scrapbook. It is one of the memories that make me smile.
This one was an autograph and photo of Harvey Gomez. I don't know his whereabouts now. He is the same age of Judy Ann Santos. I have also a reply letter from Anthony Suntay, the PBA host. Ha-ha. Those were the days. I know you also have your own letter story.
Recently, I discovered a blog that promotes handwriting and I love it! It encourage me to do again the thing I used to do before which is letter writing. It's the 365 letters.