I appreciate the comments and feedback. Even the mean and nasty ones, like the one I received an hour or so ago on yesterday’s post. I don’t mind mean and nasty, if the person is also including accurate corrections, which he did. He did ask that I “please quit abusing the English language!” I guess it isn’t that nasty, because he did say please. I am not sure if the exclamation point was necessary though. It is hard to say.
But it does seem reasonable to again offer my apologies to anyone who is offended by my frequent spelling and grammar errors. I can’t promise that I won’t make many more errors, but I am constantly trying to get better. When word press indicates I have spelled something incorrectly, I don’t just right click and fix it. I try to figure out the correct spelling. Alas, word press can’t catch things like using “wondered instead of wandered”.
So again, I am sorry for the quality. I hope the story is at least entertaining, warts and all.
-- Brian Meeks, http://extremelyaverage.com