I swear I can not see you.
I was reading some of my content that I had just updated here on LizForADay. I found a gazillion typos. I wonder did anybody see them and ignore it because they loved me so much or did they do the exact opposite and loose total respect for anything that I have posted so far? Now my credibility has gone down the drain.
Oh wait I ain’t got no credibility. Who cares. 🙂
Story……I have to ask, why do men always immediately wipe their nose with their bare hands when you tell them they have something a creepin up there? I would always make sure that I was holding my son’s hands down to his side when I told him, because I knew what he was going to do. It is a man’s natural reflex, I guess. Eww….Men!
Really there is a moral to the story here. That being constructive criticism. I have on many occasion witnessed unquestionable acts of misspellings, wrong word usage etc. . Things that no blogger in their right mind will let go of without a trial, jury and hang post. No doubt I probably missed a few on this fantabulous day. I never said a word when I saw those errors. Oh please forgive me oh mighty blog-o-spehere!
I usually just think to myself “Nobodies Perfect” and continue with my addictive blog reading. I sometimes wonder should I say something. Will my new blog buddy be offended and be too sensitive to just say thank you and make the correction?
Well I am here to tell you my friends that I am by no means sensitive. I can take it like a champ, so if you see anything out of line here at LizForADay I would be more than appreciative if you told me.
And please by all means if you see me with a booger in my nose, I beg of you to tell me and not let me walk around with that nasty thing hanging out of my nose.
If someone tells you that you have a booger in your nose, dig that thing out, walk with your head up right and know you have a friend for life.
Hopefully Booger-less Lurvly Lizzy 🙂
P.S. I wonder can I be lurvly with snot running down my face. 🙂
OK, you have to tell me what you think of constructive criticism.