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I can acorss this article today (Feb. 08 2007).

Source: HeraldTribune.com

A nice one on spelling

TEACHER: Glenn, how do you spell "crocodile?"

GLENN: K-R-O-K-O-D-I-A-L"

TEACHER: No, that's wrong

GLENN: No sir, you asked me how I spell it.

Somehow, sometimes I add an 'e' at the end of a word.

Today I was working on my site and witness there was an ‘e' to mush in the title of the page "The book: The Gifte of Dyslexia". I often do this, adding an "e" behind a word. Furthermore, it was not the first time I saw the title, but never witnessed the misspelling.

Wedding bells

 Today: wedding bells for Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise. The marriage takes place in Italy near Rome. Tom Cruise is one of the famous people with dyslexia. 

I did it again: writing "dyselxia"

Today Paul, my husband, noticed I had misspelled "dyselxia" instead of "dyslexia" on this site. I didn't understand. A few days ago I had found one myself and made a search on it to be sure I hadn't others mispelled somewhere else on the site. At that moment the search box came up with nothing. Now I suspect I made a search on yet another different spelling for dyslexia. Being dyslexic can be very confusing :-)

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