I hate the feeling I get when I turn in something I know is crap. (And I’m not meaning crap as in “Oh, I really think this is a good paper, but I’m going to say it’s crap in case I do poorly.” I mean crap as in, “This is the suckiest, most incoherent piece of writing I’ve ever produced.”) That’s not a good feeling.
Abstracts are evil; I can’t write them.
EDIT: Wow, grammar is really popular! Perhaps I shall post some more grammar pet peeves soon. What do you think?
|Your Blog Should Be Yellow|
You’re a cheerful, upbeat blogger who tends to make everyone laugh.
You are a great storyteller, and the first to post the latest funny link.
You’re also friendly and welcoming to everyone who comments on your blog.
“Rejoice in the Lord always; again I say, rejoice!” Philippians 4:4 (emphasis mine). This is such a challenge! What do you think it means to rejoice in the Lord? Is this different from just being joyful? How can we rejoice in the Lord?