I'm not the only one with this problem. Other old ladies have it, too. Judy Rose has a website devoted to writing proper English. She calls her work "Writing Repair".
When I was at the Outdoor Farm Show last week, I noticed a banner with a glaring spelling error, and every time I walked by the tent I shuddered. Oh, for a great big permanent marker to use on offending banners at farm shows!
I know that anyone can make a typing error, and I am willing to extend grace. Even I, the Grammar Nazi, have been known to make a typo.
I was looking at my own blog today, and saw this:
The words He speaks are spirit and life too those who live in Him.
Yikes! I had to edit the post immediately.
What bugs me about all of this is that anyone can learn the difference between to, too, and two. A little research and study will teach you that there is no word such as "walla", and there is a difference between there, their and they're. Don't get me started on possessives - some people can't (or won't) learn how to use an apostrophe properly.
That bugs me.