It has taken all the courage I could muster, but I have to confess that I have been suffering from tactile dsyfunction for a while now. It started about a year ago, and it's only getting worse with age. It's sad. The first thing I noticed was the loss of my "s." That led to a missing "i". Before long it was "e" and "d", and now the "t,o,p and l" are becoming more and more faint.
I recently discovered that there is no little blue pill for "tactile dysfunction." When the moment is right for you and your keyboard to hook up for a night of blogging you'll have to figure out how to produce results without the help of a little blue friend.
The keys on my notebook keyboard have been losing their letters for about a year now. I guess it's time to upgrade to a new computer with a fully lettered keyboard.
I didn't think tactile dsyfunction would matter this much. I figured I could get along without a few letters. But lately, I'm not feeling like I used to. I'm making more grammatical mistakes. You know how that works. First, it's just bad choices in letters. But, before you know it, you're hanging out with misspellings, and if not caught early there is faulty puncuation.
If I don't get control of this problem soon I can see my writing future heading down the path to Gwen Banta's Friday Blog on MLS harakari. If you see me on Gwen's list, be sure to wave.