The Handwriting Tag

Happy Tuesday everyone! Hopefully you all are having a great week so far and hope you continue to have one!

The other day I was catching up on some emails when I saw that Amber @Wild Hearts Review did this tag and it seems like a lot of fun. I decided that I would look up a few of these tags to get inspiration for questions so I used questions from both Amber’s post and Dalila @Life Blogging, Life Loving. So, let’s get on with the tag!

The Questions:
  1. What is your name?
  2. What is the URL to your blog
  3. Write the following: “The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog”
  4. Your Favorite Song Lyric(s)
  5. What is your Favorite Word and Definition
  6. Share a Fun Fact about yourself
  7. Write/Draw your Favorite Emoji
  8. Write a Silly Message
  9. Who do you tag?

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I get told all the time that they wish they had my handwriting but to tell you the truth, I hate my handwriting. A lot of times, when I write a paper, my handwriting changes two or three times for some reason. While I was writing this, you can see that it changes some.

Please excuse my terrible drawing skills. There is a reason that I am a band nerd and not an artist. I leave that for my dad and sister. I have no drawing capability at all.

If you didn’t already notice but my signature that recently appeared at the bottom of my post is actually mine. Even though I don’t like ios 10 at all, I really like the handwritten messages and that’s how I did my signature 🙂

I Tag:

Maggie @Massachusetts Novel

Kayla @kdrewkthebookworm

Tasha @Cookie Crumbs

And anyone else that want to do the tag, do it! If you would like to use my questions, feel free to use them or make up your own questions.

How do you feel about your own handwriting? Do you like yours or would you want to change yours? Let me know your thoughts in the comments!

Happy Reading,

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11 thoughts on “The Handwriting Tag

    1. Your handwriting can not be as bad as my dad’s. He can go from writing in all capitols to cursive. He writes like a doctor. It’s a good thing he has a stamp at work for when he has to write something!

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