My editor says “Look up under possessive and when to use it.”
Now just because I say pastor’s when I mean pastors doesn’t mean I don’t know how.
So excited about my work, my excitement on encouraging my pastor, I simply forgot that I meant just the man and not the man’s work.
You can tell I’m very consistent in my work.
What I know, I know well and when I’m excited, I’m in agreement throughout the article.
For I didn’t say pastor’s with an ‘s once, but every time used the possessive form.
So what is the editor’s problem? (See, I understand the problem here is the editor’s.)
My grammar isn’t totally defunct, it’s my haste to inspire others, or is it other’s?
Got it. It’s others that I wish to stimulate to understand the need to affirm pastors.
See, I did it. I wrote pastors correctly, although my little finger did an auto ‘ insert.
Funny, I don’t remember my auto correct, spell checker underlining my use of ‘s.
Just musing once more on a nice sunny day, and yes, still Lionhearted.