The Oldest Font

Son: “I can’t read that, it’s in a weird font.”

Father: “It’s called handwriting.”

— A brief conversation in our house

It may not be quick, it may not be pretty, and it may not even be legible.

photo credit: kpwerker via photopin cc

photo credit: kpwerker via photopin cc

But I’ll bet the person who receives your message will appreciate it all the more if it’s been composed in the oldest font, handwriting.

Yesterday’s gift of time … Volunteered as chief judge for our Toastmaster club’s humorous speech contest … Perhaps more importantly, however, wrote two letters. One, a letter to my mother. Two, a thank you to a teacher friend. 

About Eric Winger

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