Picture is from Pixabay showing some kinds of
palimpsestes, palimpsests I’ve used in past time of my life. I now use micro-soft Word 8. I’ll get 10 when I can afford to.
I am sitting here at my palimpsest as I have done many times before trying to perfect a blog for you bloggers. I use this palimpsest when I need to present high quality even though high quantity is not demanded or expected.
Ho, now some of you probably think I am stretching a bit to come up with this blog in which I can use the MW Word of the Day. No, I assure you this word often comes to mind when I sit at my Word program in which I pre-write my articles. I am telling you today about using a palimpsest because I want truth – the whole truth. I don’t want to fake it with my readers who believe I just sit down magically and write amazing stuff first time through. No not at all! I copy/paste from Word when I have an insecure morning such as this morning. I avoid
Word Press’s Press’es Press’ Editor the Editor in Word Press in which I demand perfection. Thus I use this palimpsest for rough draft. “Oh, no, you say, we would never have thought you had to rough draft then copy and paste.” Yes indeed, only the best goes onto the Editor in Word Press. Gottcha, didn’t I? You didn’t know how I achieved such editorial perfection on my posts, did you?
From now on you can be sure I am on a high if I go directly to Editor and dash out a post benefiting you, dear readers. In my security though I sometimes
goof, rather I violate my usual standard of conduct and put out mediocre material. I vow to you all I will try out using this palimpsest more often to maintain my rigorous effort to be worthy of my readers.
Be honest now, do you all use a palimpsest
to do rough drafting on – on which to do rough drafts?
I think I might have made an error or two, but I believe it was the fault of my palimpsest which uses the old Level 8 version of Micro-soft. And I made a few corrections here on
Word Press, WordPress, WordPress, WP.
Challenge: MW Word of the Day, May 17, 2019 PAL-imp-sest, Definition: Writing material (such as a parchment or tables) used one or more times after earlier writing has been erased.