I sprinkle commas around like…well…sprinkles. The rainbow ones. All over my blog, you’ll find them indiscriminately scattered wherever I mentally paused in my writing because that’s where commas go, right? Somehow, I’ve blanked out on the English classes that dealt with commas. Frankly, I have no idea where to put them. Commas are more of an intuitive addition to my writing. I became more aware of my comma placements a couple years ago and took out a lot of them but I still see ones in old pieces that seem oddly placed. Who am I kidding. In new pieces, too. I’ve changed the commas in this piece about 5 times already. What I like about commas is the way they can change the whole meaning of the sentence. You would think that, feeling this way, it would behoove me to learn a little more about them. That’s a lot of power for one little punctuation mark; more powerful than a period or a quotation mark any day. I went online to find a tutorial but it was all a foreign language to me. I need to learn a lot of other words defining sentence structure before I can learn properly about commas. I may need to go back to Freshman English class. What’s your writing foible?