Which is good, although I do know that I'll need to be beefing up some of the description in some areas - I don't get overly description in a first draft, because for me it's more important to get the story down and hit all the major plot points. Once I get all that down I can later edit in any details I feel are necessary or fix continuity issues, which do happen, since I am writing this longhand and sometimes it's hard to search back through previous notepads to find a specific detail.
Pen vs. Keyboard
The initial drafts for much of my fiction has been written in longhand. In the past this was because I didn't want to take my bulky laptop everywhere; it was easier just to bring along a notepad and write. Laptops are much more compact these days, but now it's more about the fact that writing longhand is slower, so I have more time to think about what I'm writing. Of course, it doesn't help when I'm on a roll and thinking faster than I can write. That's when my handwriting gets very sloppy and my hand cramps.
An added benefit is that when I type it all up, I can do the second draft editing at the same time. It's not a typical way to edit, I suppose, but I've done it many times before and find that it works for me.
When I'm finished I'll post a picture of the complete manuscript. It will be exciting... a pile of yellow notepads.