"King Charles walked and talked half an hour after his head was cut off" ...a little alarming.
"King Charles walked and talked; half an hour after, his head was cut off", ...less so.
Don't worry, I will not be giving a grammar lesson here, just a tie together of some of this month's observations.
|Nancy I. Sanders sharing at Aspiring Writer's Forum|
Parenthesis and Brackets
|This is really my work|
My Exclamation Point!
No, I do not have grandchildren yet. Corey, my 25 year old, is still a ways off from settling down and I continue to pray for the woman (I don't know who you are, but God does!) he chooses, and that God's choice, well, will be one in the same. However, I do have a special couple in my life, in whom I love like a son and daughter-in-law; James and Jessica; and Ethan is their little pride and joy. Indulge me here why I post his picture, taken a little after Christmas with his present from us.
Post 9-11/Post TusconBack to being a little more serious, I noticed a phrase used by the media since the tragedy in Arizona. We used to say "Post 9/11" and now the newscasters are referring to this time as "Post Tuscon." It's all about how we act "after the tragedy". Well, I would like to share something I saw on the news, about how someone was acting BEFORE the tragedy in Tuscon and let this encourage you further. *
: BEN'S BELLS
* BE KIND TO SOMEONE TODAY.
Finally, Have you seen the newest punctuation mark? It shows up all the time in e-mails and texts messages. It looks like this- :)
May the commas in your life bring you pause to count your blessings
May the periods in your life, move you forward.
May the colons and semi-colons add excitement.
May those who quote to you, and your own quotes be filled with love.
May your exclamation points bring joy.
May you receive great wisdom from your questions.
May God bless you with a long dash line in which to accomplish many dreams.
May the asterisk after your name refer to God's Book of Life! Amen.
see also : http://www.bensbells.org/