1. Cristina Cocioaba
    October 4, 2016 @ 10:31 am

    These are amazing. I will read the other ones later for sure.

    it’s so nice that you get invited to dance lessons. I would love to do that. Unfortunately the dance lessons around here aren’t that cheap, so until I will be sure I can make the time to go, I prefer not to pay the money. Also, I am a very bad dancer. Like really bad. We do not get along at all.

    I love beautiful handwriting. I consider everybody has a nice and clean handwriting, mine is awful. I can’t make the letters the same size and it looks messy. Everybody compliments my handwriting and my signature but I hate them. I look at them and I think that they were made by a child. I tried to practice more and more handwriting,, but I still don’t get it right. At some point I gave up. Maybe you have some tips for me. They would be really useful.
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    • Adri
      October 4, 2016 @ 8:30 pm

      Aww thanks hehe. Very simple haiku, but in a way, meaningful. ^_^

      I also have the same problem as you. I get invited to do (hip-hop) dance lessons, but I just don’t have the time, money, and most of all, energy. My work includes a lot of physical labor, so that what gets me tired. Still though, it’s fun to watch their videos uploaded on my Facebook wall with their smooth moves thinking that I could be that smooth, even though I’m not a good dancer myself. ^^

      For me, my handwriting also depends on my mood too. If I’m not in a very good mood, my handwriting tends to be messy. If I’m inspired, I find my handwriting becoming a lot beautiful and smooth to write on. I guess for handwriting, it’s easier to achieve “beautiful handwriting” by not thinking about how beautiful it should be, but instead, you let your hand do the “talking” to the paper. I don’t know if that makes sense, but I find it helpful for me. ^^


  2. Mikari
    October 5, 2016 @ 4:28 pm

    These are awesome ^^ The different fonts are a nice touch :D


    • Adri
      October 5, 2016 @ 5:09 pm

      Yup. ^_^ I used “Use Any Font” plugin to upload custom fonts (not currently existing in Google Fonts) to customize my WordPress themes, and of course, I can use the custom fonts anytime, anywhere, and it didn’t have to be the title or the headers. :)
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  3. Kya
    October 8, 2016 @ 2:31 am

    I really like it! :D
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