Wherein Marsha Ward (the founder of American Night Writers Association) and a few of her friends blog about Life, the Universe, and their place in the World of Writing and Publishing
I totally get that. I look forward to reading what you have to say next time! hugs~
Completely understand. Always love to hear from you.
This sweet apology just took me straight back to seventh grade and a tender memory. I had written wa-LA! in a Monday report about a magic show I had seen over the weekend. Mrs. Rose, my seemingly-past-retirement-age teacher, called me up to her desk and let me in on a special secret. She whispered a French word and wrote it on a small piece of paper. The word was "Voila!" I've never forgotten that kindness. She could have marked me wrong, or just ignored the innocent mistake of an 11-year-old child, but she knew I was the kind of kid who would want to know the correct spelling and she taught it to me . . . because she was a good teacher.
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