Give us a hand
She is aware of her responsibilities to others. She doesn't take things lightly, but considers the options and tries to get her timing right. The curved crosses on some of the lower-case t's indicate tactfulness, but she also needs to get things off her chest and move on, as seen in the end strokes without final curves.
Artistic presentation is evident. There is a calligraphic form to the script, llowing her to be effective in public and to keep her emotions and feelings to herself. This can make her seem detached and undemonstrative. The signature and text match, which shows that she is upfront and straight with people when dealing with them professionally.
She gets things done when she says she will.
Claire Trethewey teaches English at Bury grammar school for girls, Lancashire It's very, very accurate. We are all laughing here at school because they are saying I wrote it. I am a person who gets things done when I say I will, not very demonstrative, well organised.
My sister teaches as well, and our handwriting is similar, but I think we are very different. Maybe if her handwriting was analysed something would be revealed that I have missed.
It's got me off to a T - I think I'm going to frame it.
Elaine Quigley and Claire Trethewey were talking to Harvey McGavin. Does someone you know have unusual handwriting? Send an example - including signature - on unlined paper with contact details to Jill Craven, Friday magazine, Admiral House, 66-68 East Smithfield, London E1W 1BX. You can email Elaine Quigley at firstname.lastname@example.org