You know you’re a writer when you get the written results of your mammogram and the first thing you spot is a grammatical error:
We are pleased to let you know that the results of your recent breast imaging examination on 6/30/16 shows no sign of breast cancer.
Um, don’t you mean “show”?
Not to make a big deal about it because if there’s one thing that bothers me more than grammatical errors, that’s breast cancer. Thanks for the good news!