HERB - Wounds and Healing (long)
Gaylin J. Walli
gwalli at ptc.com
Fri Sep 1 05:23:02 PDT 2000
>Your explaination seems a bit sketchey to me but you have the general idea.
>I just wonder if it might be too sketchy for some to understand? (it might
>be just me) By the way I assume fibrolast is a mistype and that you meant
>to say fibroblast. Great job I REALLY like the visual images you create
>with your telling.
OH GOOD HEAVENS. *BLUSH*
Fibroblast! Yes. I cannot believe I typo'd that word consistently throughout
the document! I'm so terribly embarrassed. Please please forgive my
fumble fingered ineptitude. Gracious. You wouldn't know that my
mundane job was WRITER. (I'm going to go sacrifice a pinkie to appease
the Grammar Gods right now.)
The explanation was intended to be sketchy, and as you pointed out,
merely a way to give people the general idea of how the whole
process worked. But thank you for the compliment. I'm glad the
images stuck with you. That's what I was hoping for. When people
can remember things like that, then they have a better chance of
remembering them when they're researching other things.
Iasmin de Cordoba, iasmin at home.com or gwalli at ptc.com
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