This is an apology. I write my blog posts quickly. Sometimes I have an idea and want to jot it down as a draft, and then much later it gets converted into a final post with only a cursory proof-read. Or I write it quickly, aware that it has been too long since my last post, and give it only a cursory proof-read. Or I write it quickly, then do a lot of editing, cutting and pasting and moving things around. Of course, by the time I’ve done all that, I’m too lazy to do more than give it a cursory proof-read, and so later, after publication (sometimes minutes, sometimes months later!) I find half-sentences left hanging, realise I’ve confused tenses, or spelled something wrong. And I cringe. Because you’d never believe that when I read someone else’s work (I’m talking in terms of business work here, or café blackboards, never your blogs) I almost always
found find a typo or two.
So I apologise for the typos, and assure you I’m not really that sloppy.