[nabs-l] significance of signatures

Carly Mihalakis carlymih at earthlink.net
Fri Nov 18 19:12:21 UTC 2011

Hi, Patrick,

I also have no eyesight whatsoever. I was given the same line by my 
folks, after not ever feeling comfortable with my signature. Yes, 
guides are helpful though most often one must resort to just 
eyeballing it, so to speak.
for today,
Car Then my parents told me about what we call the
>doctor's signature. This just means that you sign your first initial,
>draw a kind of wavy line, then sign the first letter of your last name
>and do another wavy line. In terms of guides/cards, it's always handy
>to have a signature guide nearby. Your signature doesn't have to be
>perfect, it just has to be something that you can repeat over and over
>again the same way.
>On 11/17/11, vejas <brlsurfer at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am a freshman in high school and learning to improve my
> > signature.  I wanted some advice from you guys; how do you sign
> > your names? How did you learn them? Did you just remember the
> > shape of each letter? Do you use a writing guide or card?
> > Thanks a lot.  I'd really appreciate it because my signature is
> > very important and will become very handy in the future.
> > Thank you.
> > Vejas
> >
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