Comment: well ok then,

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well ok then,

your own comments leave me wondering whether you're offering semi-hokum. You initially thought she was 7, then when you found out she was 14, that didn't raise any questions.

And you describe her as "not having many toys" then a bunch of other stuff which you stipulate applies to every other 14 year old on the planet. If so, how can you tell anything if handwriting analysis tells you it could be any kid on the planet?

So, what is your take on it?

Here's mine:

I don't mean to offend, but quite frankly to me this is what it looks like: I think it is an adult trying to write like a kid. The sentence form and complexity are not what one expects of a 14 year old. A 14 year old unless parotting a parent's views is unlikely (though it isn't impossible) to have deeply formed analysis like this. Girls tend to write neater than that, also. Smart kids tend to generally have fairly good penmanship and linearity. And the lack of linearity to it seems artificial to me, again, like what an adult would do to make handwriting look like that of a kid or a teen.

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the the universe."-- Albert Einstein