Breaking down cards and having breakdowns over cards. Let's try to keep it together and talk about some cards.
Challenge accepted - hopefully you all can read my chicken scratch. Sweet cards too, I must say that I really like the look of Leaf's products. It's too bad that they're not so widely available.
Do it!! :)Yeah, Leaf is sort of a niche card company these days. They're sort of hit-or-miss, but I'd sure love it if they got a license again.
Hey look - I wrote things! http://wrigleyrosterjenga.blogspot.com/2016/04/get-it-in-writing.html
This would be a very bad idea for me to try. My assistant at my office would attest to that. Reading my handwriting is like learning a new language. Cool Tom Dempsey card, though. I love the fact that he was missing part of his foot but still was able to be a record-setting kicker.
Aw man, now I REALLY want to see you try it! Come on, just one quick post! Don't be scared!Not sure how legible it is, but the seller's note says the opposing team was laughing as Dempsey and his team lined up prior to his record-setting kick. That's gotta feel good to come out on top.
Alright, you talked me into it. I tried my best to keep it legible.http://offhiatusbaseball.blogspot.com/2016/04/now-is-time-handwritten-post.html
I'm not sure about these handwritten posts. I kept clicking on the Tom Dempsey wikipedia link and it didn't work. :PI think I can swing a handwritten post within the next four weeks. I also accept the challenge!
Cool! Haha, yeah, I thought the "link" was a nice touch. Here's a real link. Ooh, he grew up in the San Diego area.. bonus points!
I'll try it.
Doooo ittttttt!!!!! :)
Love the little football cartoon, great stuff
Thanks! Yeah, I like to work in some doodling for fun.
I'll do it with the stuff you sent me lol
After a couple of hand cramps, I now appreciate being able to type a helluva lot more.http://30aweekhabit.blogspot.com/2016/04/typing-sure-is-lot-easier.html Thanks for the contest, and the post idea!
Awesome! We've got our first participant!
I may give it a try...
I'm in but there's no guarantee you'll be able to read my handwriting. (Even print, not just cursive!) I have an interesting idea gestating in my head already. Should be up by the end of this week, will link back when I do. I don't know how to post a link in a comment though.
Hmmmmmm I always like a challenge. Will see if I can do it sometime.
Here was mine, though a bit rough lolhttp://sportcardcollectors.blogspot.com/2016/04/handwritten-blog-post-challenge-accepted.html
That is a cool idea. Might be hard for me as I'm always on the clock to get posts done. My daughter likes to torment me when I'm in my office.
Love the idea... but I'm way too lazy to actually do one myself. However.. It'll be fun to read everyone else's.
Gavin, great idea. Challenge accepted:http://dawgdaycards.blogspot.ca/2016/04/handwritten-post-challenge-with-some.html
I wish I saw this before I published this morning. I usually write my posts up on a legal pad before I type them up so I'll try this(on one of my shorter posts). In grade school Sister Regina Rose said my penmanship looked like chicken scratch, and she was being generous.I found reading cursive on a screen much easier on my eyes then reading type. That could just be because I'm old.
Here's mine...grab your sunglasses and come along for the ride! http://cardboardhistory.blogspot.com/2016/04/ye-olde-blogge.html
I'm down for this...may help me actually get a post out.
I'm game-- http://thecardchop.blogspot.com/2016/04/get-smart.html
http://www.2x3heroes.com/2016/04/you-always-have-to-be-different-dont-you.htmlSort of in.
http://thejuniorjunkie.blogspot.com/2016/04/look-what-i-made.htmlI did the thing. And I have Dempsey's rookie card! The man's a legend...
Even though you've already seen it... I did it!!!http://bubbasbanginbatchofbaseballbits.blogspot.com/2016/04/i-guess-i-complain-when-i-hand-write.html