I’ve got a question. I know, I know, another one, you say! I promise I will post on something more interesting next time.
I read something on Seekerville today and wondered what in the world it meant. The post was about the RWA conference, which was very interesting, but I had a question about something novelist Brenda Novak suggested.
Okay, so what does that mean? What does that look like? Anybody know? Can anyone give me examples?
I have shared all my kids with you except my oldest, so I thought I’d tell you a bit about my firstborn on his 23rd birthday. I was 20 years old when I had him, so this poor child had to endure all my mistakes as I learned to be a parent. He was such a fun child, with lots of energy and very verbal at an early age.
He has always been a consciencious child, wanting to do the right thing and wanting to please. I can remember having a particularly bad day, and he herded his brothers and sister out of the room, saying “Mom needs a break, guys!”
I’ve been pondering the word YEAH. (ye-ah). It has been interesting to me that many people write this word in many different ways. You have the way I write it,
And then you have other varieties:
So is it a matter of geographical location? Do people in the south do it differently than people in the north?
Is there a rule for this? A chapter on it in The Manual of Style?
Does it bother you at all to have so many different ways of writing words? Does it even matter? Does anyone even care? lolol
Just needed some randomness today.
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