Comma to think of it…….

I’m very excited to say that I’ve been accepted, as part of the blogging team, for the Times Of Israel. I just hope my writing measures up.

That said, as a warning to my readers, when I get excited about a topic (the cousin to that sentence is: any topic I write about excites me), I can, sometimes, get very long-winded and use a lot of commas.

So, to help me remember to be careful, about my writing style, I’m going to keep in mind that:

A man was recently found guilty of overusing commas.

The judge told him to expect a really long sentence.

I’m really looking forward to writing for all who read these blogs, to either provide information, and/or for your humorous enjoyment, as well as to hearing from you if you agree or disagree with what I write, and/or if you think of any topics you’d like me to cover, and/or if you think I should be imprisoned to a longer sentence than this one already is.

About the Author
The author is a Common-Tater, which, when spoken aloud, is a very professional sounding title, for a Mrs. Potato Head. But from the spelling of the title, you can see that, when the author comments on life, she doesn’t ever take herself too seriously. Mrs. Potato Head...excuse, please......the author, as a Common-Tator, lives in the U.S. and has had various careers, in alternative lives, as a teacher, social worker, lawyer, serious and humorous radio show writer, producer, and performer. Currently she is a video humorist and a writer. Although, almost the age of an eleven year old dog (actually a bitch, but we won’t go there), she remains as active as a pup.
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