My critique group has labeled me “The Editor” because I concentrate more on English grammar and punctuation than plot, setting, or characters. I’m much more concerned about subject and verb tense agreement than whether the protagonist is right or left-handed. I’d rather chose the correct form of your/you’re, or there/their/they’re, or synchronize singular/plural subject and verb agreement than to see if the protagonist is drawing with the wrong hand.
My inner editor’s persistence prompted one critique member to present me with a unique business card holder. Beyond an online purchase, it’s a creation from her heart—or at least her sewing machine. The sky-blue badge is fused and stitched to muted plaid fabric. To the left, this creative crafter stitched a clear pocket with a top opening for cards. The exterior is bound in black stitches. It folds wallet-style in the center to slip into a pocket or purse.
“To Correct and Serve” is my goal. Now, I have the badge to prove it.