I Know My Type

I know my type, do you know yours?

You read your type, but do you really read your type?

You think you know your type, but do you really know your type?

Do you see what your type is doing?

Do others know your type?

Do others see your type?

So why are you unable to see your type?

Do you think our brains see something else other than our type?

I know my type.

I read my type, but not always really read my type.

I think I know my type, but obviously I do not really know my type.

I do not always see what my type is doing.

I know others see my type.

I am not sure why I do not see my type; it is there in front of me.

My brain at times wants to see something else other than my type.

Sorry, I did it again – let’s start over –

I know my typo, do you know yours?

You read your typo, but do you really read your typo?

You think you know your typo, but do you really know your typo?

Do you see what your typo is doing?

Do others know your typo?

Do others see your typo?

So why are you unable to see your typo?

Do you think our brains see something else other than our typo?

I know my typo.

I read my typo, but not always really read my typo.

I think I know my typo, but obviously I do not really know my typo.

I do not always see what my typo is doing.

I know others see my typo.

I am not sure why I do not see my typo; it is there in front of me.

My brain at times wants to see something else other than my typo.

For those of you who read my posts and see my types, sorry I mean typos, I am sorry. I try to be prefect, sorry I mean perfect with my writing, but I make mistakes. Or is it the Word document program is autocorrecting my typing and thinks it knows what I am trying to rite, sorry I mean write. But then again I poof, sorry I mean proof read and still do not always sea, sorry I mean see my types, sorry I mean typos.

Thanks for reading and understanding and not commenting about my typos. 🙂

2 thoughts on “I Know My Type

  1. I am a terrible typist. My brain is so much fast than my fingers. Sometimes I consider being my own editor and going back through 300+ posts and fixing all the mess, but then I think it is better to just let my words be authentic. I think the same about other’s typos. It just makes you more real, and I like that. I relate. 🙂

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    • I am glad you can relate. After I published my post yesterday I realized later there was a typo and I thought ‘Oh Well!’ I used to be a perfectionist to the point I would of had to go back and edited my post – not anymore – it is what it is.

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