This is about a year or so too late for my gang, although I still cut up their apples after school because they prefer it that way and also because they do get wiggly teeth that make it hard to bite into apples. But I cannot be alone when I say; I have no idea […]
It’s been one of those days where nothing can help but bacon. So, tonight we have breakfast for dinner. I love breakfast for dinner. It’s one of my all time favorite comfort foods.
I thought you all might find this as helpful as I did!
MAKE AND TAKE THE TIME FOR THE RELATIONSHIPS THAT MATTER DON’T FORGET HOW AND WHERE ‘IT’ ALL STARTED…….
I will use the paper to write stories! Hugs, and pats!!! From Raul 🙂
Well, hello there!
I’m glad you had a good laugh 🙂
How are you?
This, I know, will be one of the main points I bring up in one of my “how-to” books I am getting ready to write. The need for people who can speak and write correctly is becoming alarmingly greater and those who really can are becoming fewer. As a writer, I have found that good grammar is far more valuable than anything else we take for granted.
You are so right! I for one make terrible grammar mistakes out if sheer laziness and skipping the editing process. At least I am aware of it though!
So is your book about how-to write? Or how-to become a writer? Do share!…
: – )…I am trying!
haha, we aren’t so bad, I’ve seen worse but it’s the effort that counts.
Bear in mind though, that grammar rules change over the years, perhaps especially in a thriving and dynamic language like English. Old English has a very different structure from that of the modern variety. Chaucer’s English is not always so easy to follow grammatically. Even the grammar I was taught as a child (several decades ago) has undergone a transformation in many ways. We don’t have to like it all – I certainly don’t – but we do need to remember that what is found useful will enter the language, and what is not, will disappear. Even then, to take only one example, US English grammar has certain differences from that of British English grammar. Both, of course, are quite correct.
Most definitely! Being Canadian, I notice these differences as well.
Thank you for your comment!
I know, right?! lol
laughed out loud and scared Willow! There is a goldmine of opportunity for comedy writing with things like that, must give it some thought! best wishes to you and your family, pal. keep smiling, hugs from baldy 🙂
Damn, that grammar is so slutty Jennifer. 🙂
Why thank you kindly Laurie! 😉
Always welcome Jennifer. 🙂
So I picked up Grammar, last night, you know her, that blonde slut in the back of our 2nd period English class? Anyway, I take her out to that Italian restaurant on 3rd – man she was hot to trot! She told me that she thought my participles were dangling – and then she said that she’s into my dynamic modality! Man, I’m not sure but I think that means a three way! I just hope she doesn’t mean like other dudes…. She said it was homographic – so I think she meant another chic. She also said she wasn’t into metonymy, but I’m ok with it if she wants to date other dudes. It’s not like I’m gonna take Grammar home and introduce her to mom and dad! phhhhbbbbtttt…. That would put me in an awkward apposition, if you know what I mean….