I haven't watched it yet because I have been completely swamped with work. I don't want to be anxious and have my stomach in knots while I'm watching, so I am going to hold off for a few more days, until after my past-due work has been turned in.
Was as sharp. You're slippin' Normandie!
Oh gosh; I hope things settle down for you soon Kathy. I think you should definitely try for a seat on that Vegas trip!
Thanks, Kelley! Everything just keeps snowballing....Ugh! I'm trying to weigh the pros and cons of chaperoning the girls' band trip. Pro: I get to see the Cirque Beatles "LOVE" show, plus Los Angeles. Con: several days on a bus crammed with teenagers (and having to supervise said teenagers) <cringe>
Wouldn't that be the subjunctive mood, though? Sigh, maybe I am slipping.
Kathy, what do you do for a living? I hope you catch up!
Grammar Girl -- I like that, Kelley! Maybe I should have used that for my professional email address. Thanks! I'm a freelance copyeditor. I can usually (sort of) manage OK, but once I fall behind on one deadline I get a late starton the next project, and so on and so forth -- it can be hard to catch up!
We never feel subjunctive in New Jersey. And in North Carolina we drop the "g" in a word ending with "ing."Grammar Girl's gotta get around a bit more, I reckon.
Grammar Girl -- I like that, Kelley! Maybe I should have used that for my professional email address.
"Grammar Girl" it is!
If I were you...I wouldn't mess with Grammar Girl !
Look! Up in the sky! It's a bird! It's a plane! It's Grammar Girl!!!
Here's the URL...I know you said you're interested in what people here think of it, Kelley, and I am, too, but just in case you or anyone else is interested:
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