John Hancock famous for his bold handwriting signed the first American declaration of independence. His big bold writing could be because he was so near-sighted he was legally blind. America honors him by commemorating his birthday as the national handwriting day.
Coming to think of it; it is pretty necessary with the advent of computers and emails we have forgotten the art of lettering.
Handwriting not only reveals your personality, future, whatever it is also a form of creative art.
Some interesting thing we could do is probably bake a cake and get every one to sign the icing. Or have an evening analyzing each others handwriting.
According to WIMA, National Handwriting Day is a chance for all of us to re-explore the purity and power of handwriting.”
This holiday was launched in 1977 for obvio
us reasons to promote writing tools.