Every day for a year, starting on my 49th birthday, I did something I've never done before.
Now that I've completed that project, here's more of my adventures.
I meant to get my Grammar Day cards out in time but what with all the Grammar Day sales and promotions at the stores, wrapping the Grammar Day gifts, and getting the turkey on the table, gosh ... I plum ran out of time.
It's a good thing!
I swear Google and that darn auto correct is the biggest gaffer of all.
I try to read things before I hit 'send' or 'publish' to make sure something's not corrected in a way I DON'T want it. Usually I catch the mistakes.
I have a professor who is very particular about grammar. In fact, she took the time after our first essay to give us a quick grammar lesson. I'm surprised she didn't mention anything about it in class today. If I had known it was National Grammar Day, I would have brought it up.
Aw, it's a shame you couldn't have educated your professor :-)
Oh dear! I might fail at this. Grammar was never my strong suit.