Saturday, September 01, 2012

Hand writing

The smell of a brand new paper sheet it's invigorating.

The touch and the sense of achievement one's have when it's been taken out of its wrapping, just to stare at it for a few minutes.

Hand writing it's becoming a lost art on itself.

Writing by hand is like magic: with a few strokes of a pen words appear in the paper slowly but surely, like they really wanted to pop out.

Typing on a keyboard seems senseless. I might be nostalgic of a simpler times, or that I need to go back to the basics.

I will get back to my piece of paper now...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.

Anonymous said...

Handwritten notes still hold special value. Not like your morning paper, but more like a gift on their own. To give someone a personal touch in this increasingly impersonal world.