When I'm in a hurry while emailing, I sign my name with just my first-name initial. But, I seem to have an odd quirk: For the most part I'll type "D." (Capital D with a period) because it's the proper way to write the initial for my name. But, the creative side of me just wants to sign off with "d" (lower case d with no period). So, after I type "D.", I always want to change it to "d", but rarely do.
The teacher/writer/lover of written words in me knows correct grammar is important, but the creative flow from my heart wants to just be that - creative. Quite the quandary this initial-signing thing has created for me. Who really cares anyway?
It's simple to rectify my dilemma. I have three choices: do not be in a hurry when emailing so I can type out my full first name or be in a hurry but take the extra second it would take to shift plus type a period and not think twice about it. After all, how much time am I really saving by just typing a "d". Or I could stop being quirky and just type "d" - a "d" with no regrets!
Someday, I'm going to ask my Heavenly Father about the quirky side of me. Hopefully, He will not give me a long narrative on some deep psychological reason why I am the way I am, but just laugh and say, "I love that about you". And, hopefully, you do, too - no matter how I sign my emails.
Because of Him and Unto Him