Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Oh the Christmas Cheer...

"Good lord, you have to be the dumbest person I've ever encountered. Take a writing course and learn some basic grammar. And don't forget to breathe." ~ Anonymous

Hey K2 Kanakuk Gals,
Well, that was the lovely Christmas message I was greeted with as I checked my blog this morning. Oh, how I laughed, chuckled and giggled all at the same time and maybe cried a little on the inside. (As I type I am rather nervous now as I use my commas frequently and my "..." all over the place.) I must admit that I love that somehow this blog has provoked (laughing b/c I just had to ask someone how to spell that word) such passionate emotion. I usually don't post negative or not happy comments that are just pointless to this blog but this was just to sweet and just lovely. To the precious soul that wrote it, I am so sorry that my blog bothers you and that my grammar makes you feel such emotions. I apologize because you are so right. I have a confession...

My name is Ashley Robbins, and I don't write grammatically correct.

So girls, parents, and random blog checkers remember as you come to Kanakuk Ashley that this blog will probably always have grammatical errors and random posts about random things that sometimes make no random sense. I am sorry for any frustrations I have caused to "Anonymous" (my family who is getting pretty defensive for their daughter/sister/wife...), who is also now called "Mr./Mrs. Internet Grammar Police."

Be Awesome & Love Jesus,
kanakuk ashley robbins / ashley@kanakuk.com
photo: google.com / search "ouch sign"


Liz b said...

Goodness!. Obviously this person has nothing better to do than find other peoples mistakes. Doesn't he/she know that Jesus does not care about grammar skills?! Keep writin Ashley! I love it!

Anonymous said...

What an excellent opportunity to take this comment and use it for God. Think how many girls who are more tech-savvy than you deal with cyber-bullying like this on a monthly, weekly, or even daily basis. Whether on the giving or receiving end, cyber-bulling is definitely a problem for today's world that can be solved with the Bible's word. I feel a Kanakuk devo in the making.