13 August 2007

!etinU srednaH tfeL


Or, as those of us in the know would say, Left Handers Unite!

Today is Left Handers' Day 2007 - the subject line above shows you how I wrote when I first learned how to make my letters and words as a little kid. It made perfect sense to me, and I could never figure out how come my mother would say, "Well, that's fine, if you're near a mirror!" I still write that way on my calendar at work sometimes, so nosy co-workers won't have a clue (unless they are also left-handed, I guess) ...

**Note to Paige G - thank you so much for the kind comments, I appreciate them very much! Send me an e-mail if you decide you would like to join us in the Clapotis KAL - it's not a requirement to have a blog or website, etc.

11 comments:

Sue V said...

Hooray for Lefties!

Ann said...

So many of my favorite people are lefties ... including my oldest daughter! Happy Lefty Day!

yoko said...

Left-handed knitting librarians unite! You have nothing to lose but your, um, place.

Kim said...

I would give just about ANYTHING to be left-handed. I celebrate the day with you. . .

teabird said...

It also works for dyslexics!(I managed to type that right the first time - wow!)

Carol said...

And I missed this?! aaahhh!

Wendy said...

Left handers day? I bet Hallmark has a card just for you!

Wendy

Brigitte said...

My Mom was a leftie! Yay you guys!

So...I think I will join your Clapotis KAL. Where do I sign up?!
My address is bdepocas@rogers.com.

:)

Carrie K said...

darn, I wish I'd seen that to tell my mom! Half my family is left handed. My mother & brother.

mary said...

Oh no, I missed my day!

The Second Wave Clapotis site looks so nice, thanks for all the work!

pussreboots said...

The only times I've written mirror writing is when I've for one reason or another had to write with my right hand. Although after years of right handed mousing, I can actually write decently with both hands now.