Typo prize

There is a typo in my most recent blog post.

I knew it two seconds after I sent it.

Panic sent in, I felt sick  – then I went for my morning walk.

The pain stuck with me for at least half a mile . . .

How can I write a blog when I can’t even catch my own erros?

How ofte nwill thishappen?

How will I fce my sbscribers?

They will think I am a terrrrible wrrriter, maybe even unsubskribe.

Then I stopped walking, laughed out loud, started walking again and came-up with this idea. 

The first reader, who finds the typo in my earlier blog and comments will win a copy of one of my favorite books, “The Joy of Appreciative Living” by Jacqueline Kelm – and, yes I got it on sale, but it is still wonderful!

Edit away.

You are helping me to:

learn to laugh at myself,

make lemonade out of lemons,

and, not sweat the small stuff.

Thank you, I apppreciate itt.


  1. I will send it to you in an email. I want another reader to get the book 🙂 The book is a little too “girly” for me. hehe.

    The thing about typos–blame it on the brain. It’s a tricky organ. It happens to everyone and unless you have another person to proofread, good luck trying to avoid altogether.

    I enjoy receiving your blogs, with all its typos (the horror!) so I won’t be unsubscribing any time soon.

    Have a great day.


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