February 12th, 2009

Ravenclaw

[question of the day] cursive

This morning as I was leaving the weight room, I heard Dana say, "You learn cursive in elementary school and then you never use it again." I turned around and laughed 'cause, hello, connected letters are so much easier/faster. Joe (one of the other trainers) was all *fist-pump of victory* He said that everyone's been telling him recently that nobody writes in cursive, that it's "old-school," so that's his question of the day that he's been asking everyone -- "Is cursive 'old-school'?" I said, "Well, you have my vote as a random 25-year-old." Dana laughed and was like, "Okay, you two win; I lose."

So obviously I am asking LJ :)

Poll #1348120 cursive

Is cursive "old-school"?

Yes.
11(42.3%)
No.
15(57.7%)
hipster me

checking in (going to bed)

The Crossing "Community Forum: Sexuality and Relationships, Keeping it Real" wasn't as good as I'd hoped, but I'm still glad I went (and not just because I would have been regretfully "what-if"-ing).  Writeup of sorts to follow maybe tomorrow.  And just to be clear, it wasn't bad, it just wasn't quite what I was looking for.

I had a less-than-great day for various reasons, but I got to talk to Ari for an hour and a half and tell her all about today and yesterday (except for random stuff I forgot), and I got some good stuff out of The Crossing (including bonus conversation with someone whose contact info I probably should have obtained since I'm unlikely to return to Crossing services due to the CAUMC conflict), and I will see Chris for lunch tomorrow.  There is much good in my life, and the less-good is decidedly manageable.

I am a bright, brilliant, beloved child of God, and I am beautiful to behold.