This assignmnt is a psc of cak!
Because, dear friend, Jenny said the sentence had to be cohesive... she didn't say that we had to spell the words correctly ;-) Actually I discovered that with all of the efforts our computers make to make certain we do spell words correctly, writing that sentence was a bit of a challenge!
Anyway, here I sit at a campground in Albany, Oregon. We have been on the road for over two weeks - hard to believe! I am limping along on the campground's wireless connection. I remind myself that I am thankful that they have Internet. I think back to the days of ethernet cables and dial up connections. Yes, this is better than it could be. And, the internet is free. So... I shouldn't really get upset that their connection is slower than a turtle... in winter! The stunning speed of the Internet and my feelings about it made this challenge as easy as pie (try writing that without an e!):
Frankly, I don't want to complain, but this is a pain!
What ideas do you have?
Leave Tack on a(n) comment reply annotation with your ideas opinions.
Have a wonderful weekend.
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That was awesome, especially since you are posting at a turtle's pace in such a beautiful place...nicely done !!!ReplyDelete
You certainly did an excellent job rising up to this challenge.ReplyDelete
No way! This is too cool though, you did it!ReplyDelete
Clever you!l er... brilliant you!Delete
Well done, twice!ReplyDelete
It was a pain, I agree, but I definitely needed the distraction! You spoke the truth!!!ReplyDelete
Isn't it simply amazing how impatient we have become in a rather short time? (Note, the words with "e" in my comment!)ReplyDelete
And, of course, we can read your sentence because simplified spelling is the way to go. I have a bee in my bonnet about it.ReplyDelete
LOL good job on the slow connection! I know, I find myself also being thankful on the road when we get online, at all, even when it's bad. It is hard to believe it's been two weeks! Keep coming, you are getting closer to us if you are in Oregon now! ;)ReplyDelete
It was WAY harder than most of us thought, me thinks! Well done!ReplyDelete
Great centus contribution! Frankly, I do want to complain, but you did a fab job with it, in spite of a slow internet connection. laurie @ http://dealingwithmyinnercritic.blogspot.com/ReplyDelete
I love the way you balked all the time you were writing this one. But it turned out very good. Just doing that to scare us aren't you? LOLReplyDelete
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The task seemed easy enough until we realise how few words we can use to write sensibly without 'e'. Well done. Task met. :)ReplyDelete
Ha! I never thought about MISspelling words!ReplyDelete
That would have definitely helped me when we progress to missing two letters!
I love it when a plan comes together...even when it's an Evil plan!