I can’t seem to spell
tommorrow tomorrow in it’s correct form.
I keep adding an extra M.
Tommorrow tomorrow only has one M.
I’m not sure why I do this, but I discovered the issue when I was upgraded to Windows 7 at work. The spell check feature in Outlook was enabled, which I had disabled in the previous version.
I wondered at first why
tommorrow tomorrow had the red squiggly line underneath it, signifying a misspelled word.
Cue puzzled look on my face. What? I didn’t believe spell check at first.
I checked the spelling of
tommorrow tomorrow in Word and on the internet.
I could hardly believe it. Spelling is my forte. I’m very good at spelling words. I was in a spelling bee as a child. How could I mess up this word, this very simple word?
Then I wondered how many times I had misspelled
tommorrow tomorrow in all of my previous emails, documents, correspondence and worst of all: Facebook posts? *gasp!*
How many times had I used
tommorrow tomorrow in an ill manner? How many recipients of this incorrect use of letters have wondered about my wordsmith skills?
I hope upon hope that no one noticed my
I hope upon hope that the recipients were focused on my R’s and not my M’s.
I hope upon hope that the incorrect spelling was received without judgment and that I can one day stop typing
It’s tomorrow, silly! The sun will NOT come out
Good thing spell check is still enabled.