Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

@biggreenpen is seeing RED again:

True, it's "citizen journalism," but it's still important to know your correspondence materials apart from your objects that stay in one place!

And, since it's more important to respect the lives lost during the Nashville flooding than it is to quibble about spelling, I won't make you all guess about what the error is (like I usually do).  Here's a picture of the shop referenced in the article, as the flood waters encroach:

Here are a couple of ways to help Nashvillians cope with this disaster:
Text REDCROSS to "90999" to give $10
Visit the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee to donate or get information

You can remain stationary on your couch and drop friends a note on stationery letting them know you helped!


I am Harriet said...

I saw that on TV. It's something.

Stacy Uncorked said...

Even 'citizen journalism' should pay attention to spelling - particularly if what they're referencing is in a featured picture. ;)

That being said, I feel for the people in Nashville - so sad.

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Country Mouse, City Mouse said...

I heard about this as well. Flooding that is.

alicia said...

Very sad what's going on! I'm from Cedar Rapids where floods have left us crippled.

Susan Fields said...

That flooding is incredible - what a horrible picture.

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud said...

Paula, I'm going to try and remain stationary with my stationery while I comment on this post. I'll have you know that every single time I find a spelling error, I think of you. :)
Thanks for stopping by and linking your WW post up at my place. I'm sorry it's taken me so long to make it over to your place. I'm still slowly making my way through the 70+ blogs who linked up. Thanks again. Have a great day!

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud