Originally posted by skatepixie
perhaps its that I burst into tears at the thought................. However, any time it DOES get mentioned, its like a dagger streight to the heart. It was wrong of me to expect you to read my mind about this.
Hey, many of us are not naturally gifted at spelling. I, for one, am a horrible speller. I don't make excuses (such as implying have a learning disability) or just give up. I use spell check where available, or a dictionary if I must.
I was going to say, don't worry about it, it's no big deal if it doesn't bother you, but it obviously does, as your post above indicates.
I would think that anyone who "bursts into tears" or has a feeling such as "a dagger straight to the heart" would want to take a little more care to use punctuation when typing "Ive" or type the word "you" instead of "u" as noted in a post in another part of this forum.
But like I said, it isn't really a big deal to the rest of us, we can simply ignore your posts if it bothers us too much. I am only thinking of all the anguish you state it is causing you.