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Dyslexia patterns

I am curious to know how many of you are Dyslexic out there an what kind of pattens you notice. Sometimes when I am typing and I am thinking out the spelling in my head I am thinking it right but I type it in reverse and because I  look at the keyboard when typing I do not always catch the mistake right away. This morning it was the simple word come I had it come.  I also find sometimes the whole left right thing sometimes feels scrambled.

This morning is another errand day for us. We will go get Mary’s suitcases and drop them off to her at Changes in Latitudes then head into town. Jo is checking back with the doctor now – I told her to do that one without me so I could get a bit more work done first.

4 comments

  1. My problem has always been the transposition of numbers, especially the 6 and 7s. I’ve trained myself to go over figures at least three times to make sure I haven’t screwed up. And I cannot remember telehone numbers to save my life. Yeeech….

  2. I can totally relate Ice. Copying out my phone book has always been one of my worst tasks – sometimes I go over it and I see it the way I am thinking it should be but in reality I have 2 numbers flipped. Makes me crazy. Editing is a hard thing too as I sometimes flip letters too.

  3. It’s not the dreaded post Belikin Syndrome is it?

  4. Lol Ginger – since I gave up beer in my 20’s I cannot use that as an excuse. Actually never tried a Belikin or Light house in the 4 years we have been here.

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