Computer all the way.
I'm unsure I even know how to write with a pen any longer. Anything other than my signature or initials that is.
I've gotten so bad, my hand starts to cramp up if I should have to write with a pen for more than a couple of sentences.
Is handwriting going the way of the typewriter? Something from the past?
The last actual letter I wrote was a heartfelt one to my sister. I wrote it with my hand.
All I can say is if you get a letter from me written with my now, scrawly, unused left hand (it's starting to atrophy-- since I hardly ever use those muscles for writing any longer.) It's really something, all I can say is, take a good look, because you may never see any hand written thing from me again. Unless some sort of a computer apocalypse occurs and we are forced to write the old fashioned way.
Other than that I have not actually "written" anything with a pen, (other than my
obligatory signature, or to scrawl out a few items for a grocery list)
in about six months.
Kinda pathetic. Will they even teach writing to future generations? Or will we just have a font of our own handwriting on our computers? I see they have programs where a person can get their handwriting in a font. Would that actually make people think I had really written to them?
Hmm, I wonder.