You have no idea how much fun I get out of curating this blog. The comments and contributions you all make are incredibly rewarding, especially/even when flaws in my grammar or inaccuracies in my content are pointed out.
I don’t like making mistakes, but I don’t often get bent out of shape over them, and I appreciate being held to high standards (Amy). As a writer, my grammar, spelling, and punctuation really should be top shelf. But they aren’t always, and I pay the price.
As a defense mechanism against the minefield that is ‘I’ and ‘me’, Byron briefly considered referring to himself in the third person, but then, he himself decided against it.
In other news, I am considering the Back To School Wardrobe post that we always do this time of year, with a twist: I just received an email from a reader in Scotland who’s off to university this fall. He asked about clothes and wrist watches, and I replied in a private email.
Next week, I may simply delete any personal information from our correspondence and post that as our annual Back To School advisory. I think I offered solid advice.
Any thoughts? Or does the actual list of clothing items and vendors serve the purpose more effectively?
Thanks. Talk soon.