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August 9, 2007

Melting A Geeky Mom’s Heart

The sentiment is wonderful, but it was the proper use of the apostrophe that really made me feel warm and fuzzy.

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Posted by Anne Glamore @ 5:21 pm • Boys: Demented & Dangerous   

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13 Responses to “Melting A Geeky Mom’s Heart”

  1. The sentiment alone is enough to melt your
    heart. What gets me is that he spelled
    “you’re” correctly. Many of my college
    students have not mastered this. You should
    be proud!

  2. Duh! Just saw your commentary. Sorry. You shouls still be proud and I’ll just be ashamed.

  3. boys can be special and it’s usually just when you need it .

  4. I totally understand the excitement!

  5. AWWWWWWW!!

  6. Be proud! Be very, very proud!!!

  7. Oh, yeah. Paying a compliment is actually fairly easy, but to make the effort to spell and punctuate it correctly! Be still, my heart…

  8. Awww. Make sure you keep this for those days when he yells and sulks off because “you are ruining my life”.

  9. LOL! My pet peeve is improper use of punctuation, too! Seems like this problem is exploding; you see it everywhere on ads and other signage. Bravo, smart boy!

  10. In an era of “Bean’s — $2.50 per lb.” your shon is a shining star. But I’ll take any gesture of love, whether it’s spelled correctly or not.

  11. Have you noticed all the mis-spellings in our comments, by the way?

  12. Awww… so cute and sweet. I hope you frame that one!!

  13. I totally get the geeky glee.

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