Jokes about how hard it is to read a doctor’s handwriting are older than Hippocrates himself. Many think this is the only reason for someone to attend pharmacy school – to learn to decipher a doctor’s handwriting.
Actually, I’ve been told that mine is pretty easy to read – for a doctor. At times, I scribble handwritten notes rather than typing into ever-present-laptop or dictating. Later, when my husband is trying to decipher the notes to add to my blog or weekly newsletter he can come up with some new twists on the “unreadable doctor’s handwriting” jokes.
Obviously, I love a man with a sense of humor – even if it is at my expense. Read more on Illiteracy Is (Much Too) Widespread…