Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Editors Note

My loving readers,

It has been brought to my attention, by my loving editor-in-chief, that sometimes I fail my status of being an Alumni of the University of Utah English Program. It seems that there are many grammatical, typing, and did I really put that, errors in this blog. You see, although I pride myself in being an English Major, as my ingenious thoughts rush to my fingertips sometimes I can't capture the phrasing fast enough with out some sort of mishap dribbling out. So you all know, I did enjoy my Grammar and Linguistic classes and even got giddy, not as giddy as my Profs though, when the task to diagram complicated sentences was at hand. Who doesn't like to break the codes of the English Language and make confusing charts that only a select few understand? Understandably, that was eleven years ago and it seems that my grammatical prowess is trickling away. So for now, please be patient with my failings. I will try to do better as time passes, even if it means that I must submit a copy to my editor-in-chief for approval. Yet, remember if you weave around my failings, you are getting my verse in its freshest form. Also, I know I sometimes make up words, use the wrong word, that is why said chief calls me Miss Malaprop, and drop letters in words, it is all for the sacrifice for innovative blog entries. For those of you who feel it bothersome, action has been taken to solve the matter. Next week I propose to fix my other editing woes which include: too many extra spaces after loading pictures, cliches, improper capitalization, and the grammatical errors while composing this entry.

3 comments:

Covington Sensations said...

Oh your writing is just fine. I totally understand how the thoughts come too fast for your hands to type. That's me ALL over! Keep writing I am very much enjoying your blog.

Aaron said...

Your editor sounds like a real jerk! As your husband, I demand to find out who he is so I can defend your honor! As you know, I myself have only the deepest respect for your writing and find any rare grammatical mistakes or malaprops charming oversights by an otherwise brilliant writer.

Aaron said...

Your editor sounds like a real jerk! As your husband, I demand to find out who he is so I can defend your honor! As you know, I myself have only the deepest respect for your writing and find any rare grammatical mistakes or malaprops charming oversights by an otherwise brilliant writer.