It may seem ironic for me to be posting on this subject after my typo-ridden SoCS post on Saturday, but I decided on Friday that this would be my one-liner.
Faith and I drove from Connecticut to Pittsburgh to meet-up with my brother, who drove in from Iowa. We hung out for the weekend, went to a baseball game, ate, drank and toured around the area. It was a good trip, and we had great weather. The Pirates lost, but we were expecting that. Still, a day at the ballpark is always a good day.
The last leg of our journey from CT, was on Interstate 79 south. Faith was driving, when she yelled:
“Proofread your artwork!”
Note-1: Faith allowed me to use this one-liner but wanted me to explain that she is in marketing and is responsible for communications at the company where she works.
Note-2: Although I mentioned it in several comments, The Editor never saw Saturday’s post. That dialog took place during our ride to Pittsburgh, with Cheryl contributing via text-message and my brother adding his thoughts during our dinner by the river. The Editor never proofreads the one-liners, so if there are typos today, not her fault.
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday. If you have a one-liner, I’d encourage you to join in on the fun. You can follow this link to participate and to see the one-liners from the other participants.