Whenever I publish a new entry to this blog, one concern tends to run through my mind: Will you, the reader, appreciate what I want to communicate, even if it isn’t always delivered in a perfect way? In regards to wanting that perfect delivery, I’ve found myself reading, re-reading, and editing, for purposes of grammar and clarity and clarification, what I’ve already published on here. Even a comma that seems missing or a thought that gets lost in the syntax can be subject to my wanting to keep this blog rock-solid perfect.
You notice, though, that I don’t say I make edits for the sake of changing the theme or purpose of the post. Yeah, I’ll go back to edit my misspellings and bad grammar, but the purpose of the post is left unchanged: I have a story to tell, a thought to share, or praise or criticism to disclose. And though you may agree with it (hopefully) or not, I always hope you will appreciate my words and be enlightened by them.