The Handwriting Challenge

In honor of Handwriting Day, a fellow blogger challenged the world to write something in their mother tongue today. Yes, he dared to. Most of times we write in english and use our monther tongue less and less everyday. The last time I really wrote anything of long form in my mother tongue was over 10 years ago and it was in the form of esssays on exams. I was popular for getting a 98 on the exam because there was always one word I would misspell on both hindi and punjabi exams; it was the same word but there was a slight difference in how it was spelled in two different languages. The word was chahida/chahiye (ie needed). What I am going to post might have some spelling errors because I haven’t written or read anything in those languages in a long time but I am sure I can atleast spell those words correctly today. Yayyyyy to handwriting challenge. Here’s me in all the languages I can write in.

Jan 24, 2015, Regina, SK, Canada, 9:29PM, 2ยฐC


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  1. haha.. super cool. You did it! What was the last few lines and scribbles btw? ๐Ÿ˜‰
    And I am wondering how did I miss the pingback!

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