This Feel-good Friday post is about writing and it's a little personal, too. When my book, The Stone Traveler, was released I had a reviewer criticize my writing because I ended a few sentences with a preposition. I was crushed, but instead of arguing that her thinking was outdated, I merely thanked her for the review. Quibbling with reviewers is bad form.
But I felt vindicated in my usage of prepositions when I came across this video clip from Merriam-Webster.
So, of course, I wanted to share it with you.
I didn't remember that Shakespeare ended some of his sentences with prepositions. Not bad company to be associated with. ;)
How do you feel about ending sentences with prepositions?
Has there been a time when you have felt vindicated?