Ok, let’s be honest: has anyone really used cursive since we were all required to do so in the third grade? Are you 2008 high school graduates suddenly shrouded in guilt after realizing that you're the generation responsible for letting penmanship beyond simple legibility go extinct? Now it's all about mastering the quickness and accuracy of touch-typing; nimble thumbs have always been our evolutionary strong suit. If only for the rarity, beautiful handwriting is more of an art now than it ever has been. So let’s take a moment to appreciate a time when diaries were bought at the stationary store and not logged into, when missed calls got a sticky note rather than a notification, and when we used the written word and not just rows of small pictures loosely representing what we want to say—wait, how is reverting back to hieroglyphs evolving?