Gary is all over the map, but can still find his way home

I’ve noticed in the last couple of years that while writing I tend to skip over little words like ‘the’ and ‘and’ and the like. I also sometimes skip over letters. For example, the word ‘look’ turns into ‘lok.’ It gets worse. Now I’m occasionally missing entire words, a real problem for reading comprehension, as you can imagine. What’s next? Perhaps I’ll write one opening sentence, then the final sentence and completely omit everything between the two. To wit, the following article: First sentence: “We’re always walking by this spooky old house,” my wife said. Last sentence: Just understand that…

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