Recently I had to do a lot of signing. Not the digital one. Hand written signatures. And I was terrified to find about my inability to write a proper signature. Almost felt like an illiterate. I remember the time in college when we had to do lot of writing in notebooks. Teachers did read notes fast to finish them on time. We used to write fast to keep ourselves synced with them. Our hand would run like an athlete. And now, my hand get frozen while writing a signature.
My job requires me to spend most of time on computers. Writing codes by typing them on keyboards. Not on papers. Which would be a total waste. Hence, now for me, it is very difficult to write on a paper.
While putting all those signatures, had been frozen at some point. Frustrated for not able to end it properly. I needed to resolve this.
So I decided to make some time out to start writing again. And bought a new ink pen. A beautiful black Parker pen with matte coat.
I am already loving it so much. It looks so cool, that it excites me to write more. Now on, I will try to write on paper more often.
Anything… I can write anything. It would like a first draft of most of the future blog posts.
That would be a great idea. Would help to improve the handwriting and also content of posts as in second draft on computer.
All this began with an idea of resolving the inability to write a proper signature fluently.
This post was first written on paper. Which was very different than what you have read here.
So, with a hope to write more on paper and on blog, I am pausing here. For one step at time.