Man, I’ve been jumping all over my blog posting schedule this week.
I’ve written a guest column at Graham Carter’s blog, just a little tongue-in-cheek reflection on the English accent. To read it yourself, check out the May 29 post at grahamcarter.net to read Graham’s introduction, or head straight to my post at the words subsection. (His icon for the post has me giggling, I think it’s awesome he put my logo above the American stars.)
As always, Graham is exceedingly complimentary. Please read his other posts; they’re a collection personal reflections from the British perspective, both enlightening and funny, though tempered with real life predicaments.
(Make sure to read the post on the growing trend of the American prom in England. At first, it didn’t occur to me that other countries don’t have prom, which had me shaking my head at myself. Then, I found it sad that American traditions are spreading like this. If I go to another country, I want to see their traditions, not mine with under a different accent. Plus, American proms are totally out of control, so why other countries would pick up the habit is beyond me…)