So, I woke up this morning to an AWESOME email questioning my last blog. In fact, the author went so far as to ask if it was slightly "hypocritical" when I was discussing the whole 'abuse of the English language' thing. The answer is, of course, no. I'm not looking for perfection, nor do I claim to be perfect myself. What I'm looking for is discernable effort - and since I give discernable effort to write sentences that are easy to read with a minimal number of typos and spelling errors (and there are some that you understand)... I don't think hypocrisy applies. It was keen fun discussing it with him, though... I think that does qualify me for 'dork status.' LOL
So, lest I give/have given anyone else the impression that I thought I was above you all, in any way... I don't. I'm a goober; I embrace it. In any given day I make oodles of mistakes, and not just with my writing. I break my foot/ankle on level driveways, I trip over the carpet, I stumble over words, and this just in: I run into perfectly functioning cars! I, in no way, think I'm better than anyone else as a person. I do, however, think it's possible that I exercise better execution at times than others. In recognizing that, I came to the realization that makes me kind of a snob. And I had to laugh at that and share it with you guys. Those who know me well know that the point of this is to laugh at me and my gooberishness (how's THAT for a word?) as much as anything else.