To Err · 14 November 2012

Fortunately for me, to err is human. Unfortunately, I pay dearly for the errors I make writing about my wife. Usually, with much chastising.

While I do not mean to misrepresent what The Mindboggling Mrs. Miyoshi says or does, I have done so (see You Are Such a Liar). Often.

A couple days ago, I thought I got what she said right. Then (after being told I was wrong), I thought I corrected it the next day. Now (after being chastised yet again), I find out that even though she eats it, she does not really like tofu.

Apparently, “like” is too strong a word for The Mindboggling Mrs. Miyoshi to use for how she views tofu. I suppose, we can eat stuff that is good for us even if we do not like it that much. Especially, if we mask it with enough sesame oil. That is how she sees tofu. (I think.)

Hopefully, that clears things up about my wife and tofu. But regardless, I am sure I am not through (usually unintentionally, mind you) misrepresenting and misquoting my wife. Or paying for it. Thankfully (even if it sounds like a lame excuse), to err is human.

© 2012 Michael T. Miyoshi

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