Grammar Police.

Apart from pre-installed spellcheck in my blog programme, I have another human keeping a careful watch over my blog posts. She has an MA in English Literature and was also a popular lecturer in two famous colleges for ladies in Mumbai.

The latest policing that she did was when she saw my post “There Is A Rough Sense Of Justice In The World” she caught a typo. Instead of Sense, I had typed Sence and quite how the spellcheck missed that I do not know.

She sent a message to me before anyone else could read that and I was able to correct and update my post.

Thank you dear Grammar Police Woman.

(Psst, she is none other than my one and only sister Padmini who has stopped blogging for some inexplicable reason.)

19 thoughts on “Grammar Police.”

  1. I’m (now quaking in my boots) unsure what your “grammar police-person” is going to think of the “new language” I’m creating where it isn’t the spoken word but rather symbols which one will have to read the message on what the symbols represent. This happened whilst I away on a personal retreat last week, and my art materials were severely lacking so I had to be rather inventive. I will post about this when I’ve summarised some of the notes.
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