Thursday, December 10, 2009


One of my biggest pet peeves in life is when people use the wrong your/you're or there/their/they're (the it's and its or who and whom don't really bug me).

But has anyone noticed how often I've been doing that lately? And its not an issue of confusing which one goes where--I know quite well what each one means and when to use it. But my brain and fingers don't seem to be communicating well lately. It drives me absolutely insane when I see it in my own writing.


Laura said...

I've been doing the same thing and it drives me crazy! I think it's a product of having children.

Sam and Kurtis said...

i was gonna say maybe your pregnant. Lol. I do it all the time but i'm not that great with english anyway. I have an alright vocab but i can't spell at all.

Callie said...

I do it all the time now too. Yep, once you have a child, your spelling/grammar skills go out the window...along with a whole list of other things! If it makes you feel any better, I haven't even noticed! :) What does that say about me?!?!