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September 23, 2008


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Sadly, I have come across more than a couple blogs that read this way--and not just on national punctuation day! Gives me a headache to try and figure out where the sentences are supposed to end! Haha...I got a kick out of this.

Bekah Mason

Hi! We met last year when you came to Southeastern Seminary to speak, and I have enjoy reading your blog since then. It always challenges, encourages, or convicts me. But today brings me great joy simply because I love it when the Lord allows us to find joy in the little things-- such as a writer's love of punctuation!

I direct a Middle School After School program and my kids love celebrating random and silly holidays, so thank you for bringing to my attention the importance of today. They tease me all of the time of being a hopeless dork and a bottomless pit of worthless information, and the announcement of National Punctuation Day will do absolutely nothing to persuade them otherwise!

Have a blessed day!


ohmygosh. i would pay serious money (ok, i'd buy you a latte) to hear you read this aloud. and i did have to read and re-read to catch the sentences. thanks for the smile. (not smiley face.) hahahahaha

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