Looking at this, she seems to not embrace change (slanted backwards) and the rounded letters point to someone who is affectionate, if I recall the basics of reading handwriting.. let me find a summary somewhere.
Originally Posted by WordsUponTheWind
... even when you use air-bubbles enevelopes.
This time I sent birthday wishes to Stephanie and the attached cards came back somehow crunshed, this made me a little bit sad faced
I hope that it was on the way back, because the card itself was made with the same printing-technique.
... So take care³ when you send autograph requests.
Some Basic Examples
Slant of the letters:
A forward slant indicates high emotional expressiveness
Vertical handwriting indicates moderate, restrained emotional expression
A left slant indicates emotional withdrawal.
Angle of the lines on unlined paper:
An upward slant indicates optimism and higher energy.
A downward slant or lines with trail off the page indicate low energy or physical exhaustion.
General shape of the strokes:
Circular handwriting indicates an agreeable, easygoing nature.
Angular handwriting with sharp points indicates aggressiveness, directness, and high energy
Square handwriting indicates a real world, practical based approach
Squiggles and irregular strokes indicate an artistic and non standard approach
The letter "t" has the largest number of interpretations. For example where the horizontal "bar" of the t is placed on the vertical "stem" indicates where one places their goals, while the height of the t stem indicates the potential to accomplish those goals.
A low t bar indicates goals set lower than what can be accomplished.
A t bar high on the stem indicates goals set high.
A t bar that is above the stem indicates setting goals higher than can be accomplished.
Pressure applied on the paper while writing:
The emotional intensity behind a person's behavior. The heavier the pressure, the more intense the emotions of that person.
Source: Graphology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia