A Promise Is Not A Guarantee

My promise to you

Is that I will do my best to not be stupid.

Though I guarantee I will have stupid moments.

Just like when I wrote this

I spelled guarantee wrong.

Even though I wrote it out earlier today,

Spelled it wrong,

Corrected it then,

And again just now.

But I guarantee

My promise is good.

I assure you.


Double entendre intended.

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28 thoughts on “A Promise Is Not A Guarantee

  1. Even those of us who are brilliant (LOL!) have stupid moments. 😀


  2. reocochran says:

    Gosh, I started thinking who was that famous guy with a southern accent who said, “I guarantee?” Why is warranty with a “y” and this with a double “ee?”


  3. niaaeryn says:

    It happens to us all…and/or auto-correct does something and we miss it. Humanity is beautifully flawed sometimes. 🙂


  4. ksbeth says:

    hahahahahaha – i’ve done it many times


  5. I’m with Robin on the whole warrantee thing. I still can’t get that straight.


  6. Your word is gold. Your efforts never in question. ❤


  7. russtowne says:

    Just keep showing up and being you. That is plenty. I had to say goodbye to another beloved blogger today as she has decided to focus elsewhere in her life rather than blogging. I understand why people choose that path, and have considered it at various times myself, and… I repeat, please…just keep showing up and being you…for as long as your heart whispers it is the right ting for you to do.


  8. Kentucky Angel says:

    I respect your guarantee, and thank God for spell check.


  9. The Heretic says:

    Look at it this way. To a musician or artist: sometimes something stupid or accidental or unintended happens and for some odd reason it makes whatever you are working on unique and able to stand out. Or just be funny, especially if you act upon it and make people laugh, because a laugh is just another way to smile.


  10. Anonymous says:

    You 😂


  11. dogear6 says:

    Hmmm. . . I think we all have stupid moments at some point!



  12. Guarantee is a tough word! I agree. 🙂


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