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The Writing’s On the Wall

My blog is back. Thank goodness! I’ve felt like a fish out of water all morning. Thanks to everyone that inquired about the well-being of Carole Knits. I’m touched that you were worried about me! We now return to our regularly scheduled blog post.

Have you seen this handwriting meme? I saw it first at Mim’s but I’ve since seen it a few other places. And, when there’s nothing much to say a meme is certainly useful.

Here’s what you do: Write a pangram on a piece of paper, sign your first name, take a photo of it and post it on your blog.

I never realized there were so many different pangrams and I couldn’t decide which one to use, so I did two.

The traditional pangram:

The more Carole-like pangram:

I wish I knew how to analyze handwriting! I’m sure mine says that I’m smart, charming and witty. What does your handwriting say about you?

And, finally, anyone want to take a guess as to why this was in my office on Monday?
Details tomorrow.

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  1. You’re teaching someone to spin @ work and have talked them into “borrowing” it for a while??

    Or you taught/demonstrated spinning at work for an exhibit at the library and you meant to take it home Friday via Grafton since Dale picked you up from work and in your haste you accidentally forgot it??

    Beautiful yarn in your market day basket, by the way.

  2. You wanted to make sure you had plenty to do if the library had a power failure? The library sponsored a reenactment, or a spinning contest? Your spinning has been following you around?

    Your handwriting says you are delightfully quirky.

  3. The Summer Reading Program kick-off. This year’s theme must be “Spinning a Yarn.” If that isn’t a portable spinning wheel, my second guess is a tennis racquet with no handle.

  4. My handwriting probably says I’m a sociopath. Yours says that you’re witty and charming, I’m sure of that.

    The wheel and fiber are there because you’re going to be paid to be an Executive Fiber Artist with full benefits, right? (Oooooh, don’t we all wish for that job?)

  5. I didn’t even know you were missing! The end of month is nutty for me and right now you couldn’t even call my handwriting writing! Arghh. I need what is in that bag…NOW!

  6. Wha? Where’d you go? What’d I miss?

    You have purdy handwriting Carole. That meme doesn’t seem so bad, so maybe I’ll join in on it soon.

    I don’t have a clue about your wheel. My brain is fried. Can’t you just tell me? 🙂

  7. Hmm, you got a new wheel in the mail? You planned to spin during your lunch hour? There was a spinathon after work? 🙂

  8. You’re back! I’m doing the happy dance over here. And you’re right about the handwriting…but I think you missed joie de vivre. You have mucho joie de vivre!

  9. Carole, this sounds too hard (whine, whine). I need a librarian to explain to me what a panagram is… glad you are back in the land of the online living.

  10. Okay, every time I read that kind of thing from a blogger, “Thanks for writing to ask if I was okay,” I think I should take a hint. Not ONCE has anyone ever done that to me. Ever. Perhaps I blog too often and people are glad to have a break from me. Hee.

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