Days of commas and parentheses

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I am editing my old blog posts some of those posts going back to 2013 when I started blogging.

Very painful to read many times.

There is an old movie about alcoholics  in which the marriage falls apart due to the alcoholism.

Days of Wine and Roses.

As I edited my old blog post I noticed that many look like a preschooler wrote them or a drunk, not sure which?

The Days of Commas and Parentheses  popped into my head, because there were several of them in odd spots and in excessive amounts of excessivness.  And my mind tends to wander into strange places like that.

I could add that there were a lot of quotation marks that were really not necessary, but  The Days of Commas, Quotation Marks, and Parentheses seemed a bit too long for a  blog title.

This editing may take awhile…a long while.

Anyway, I thinks, that (I have learned a little bit) about “writing” by doning it ,so much.

At least I hope I have.

Always room for improvement.  😉

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3 thoughts on “Days of commas and parentheses

  1. Hi there! Long time no “read.”😁 I don’t visit as many blog posts anymore–just don’t have the time–but I saw this in my reader, so I thought I’d pop in and say hi.

    I cringe when I look at my old posts, so I hear what you’re saying. I revamped my website so it’s more like a website and less of a blog, and I deleted many of my old posts. But not all. I kept the ones that seemed relevant to my website. But I don’t really post much anymore. A health tip here or there. An occasional post on writing.

    Hope you’re doing okay. I’ll be happy when spring is finally here.

    1. Hello Carrie! Nice to hear from you !
      I don’t write as much either, busy working!
      Where is spring? Seems to have skipped the Midwest…
      I have been lazy and have not edited as many of the old post as I should and yes, I cringe when I read them. 🙂

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