wow! you have a very nice picture and I love the way you put consistency of the picture, indeed that is a great post for this week theme! keep it up!!!check mine:PhotoHunt-1PhotoHunt-2Have a great Weekend!!!
Hmmmmm.When I'm waiting for my thoughts to gel, right before I start typing, I rest my hands on my keyboard. The middle finger of my left hand natural rests on the R key. And sometimes I tap my fingers.If my R key were rubbed out, that would be why.
I know! I know!Because 'R' is the sixth-most-frequently used letter in the English language. I remember that from (of all things) an Alvin Fernald book I read back in 3rd or 4th grade. I still remember the first nine letters on the frequency table from it:E T A O N R I S HIan
Maybe you use a lot of cusswords starting with R ?? I mean in your private texts of course !
I do not have the theoretical answer for it. But I only know thatLetter R is where my finger rest on :P heeheeeMary! Have a good week ahead :)
Maybe your pinky has a gentler touch than the mighty index finger?
Maybe you press really hard on the R key. :D
Thanks guys! It might be that I don't hit the A key as hard as the R. I hit the R with my index finger and I do hit it pretty hard.
I looked at my old key board and c, v, k, l, m, n, o are almost entirely rubbed out. I can't answer your question but I like the shot. Have a great week.
I have no idea, but I think you're right you don't hit the A key as hard as the R. Happy WS.
I think it's pressing really hard on the R key. Have a blessed week ahead.
Methinks I can explain R: don't teachers say Right and wRong more than the average use of same by the general population?
Do you play online Scrabble? I use the 'r' quite often to form new words. vote - voterhate - haterlove - loverhehehe.... I must have a light touch, because the letters on my keyboard still look as new! ^-^
All those letters belong to your Blog's name, Mary. Maybe that's why those were almost rubbed out :)Have a great week!
because you are resting your fingers on them and sometimes they are sweaty so you got the letters rub off. =)
Nope have not a clue
Well my name starts with R lol! Good post Mary!! :D
I wish I know the answer *lol* but you really made me think :)Happy WS!
my theory, it is because R sits in between E and T. so when you want to get from E to T while typing, your finger might have brushed the R too often. for A on the other hand, the finger is very much stationed there. it doesn't move much eh?well, that's my theory anyway. lol.mine's up. have a great week :)
PS. To answer your question regarding which camera I've used capturing the moon. Canon S5 IS, just a Point & Shoot with extended lens :)
I bet it's just poor workmanship. Looks like you give that space bar a lot of work too ;-)
I don't know why, but on my keyboard the K L and C are almost entirely rubbed out.
Love the photo of your keyboard.Maybe it reveals which letters you use the the most or use accidentally when typing.
Good question, I have enjoyed reading the possible answers :)Happy WS!
I don't have any idea but I was just looking at my R and it's still there:) But surely you typed "R" a lot!
Thanks everybody for your suggestions and answers to my keyboard problem. I appreciate it!
Manufacturing defect? Interesting question and photo.
I have no idea. Our old laptop had several letters that were pretty much worn off. I just don't remember which ones now. LOL! I guess I'll figure it out as this one ages (we've only had it six months).
Good question! My I, N, A are almost rubbed out.
If it were on my keyboard the reason would be from missing the E and T a lot ;-D
Sorry I don't have an idea but after reading the comments of the others, they do make a good point. Enjoy the rest of the week.
too much learning by rote?
Because it's between e & t? And you bump it often? I loved the pic. I'm back again. I've had probs trying to leave comments on your page for some reason.
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