Every time I search on Google, polite little red words pop up saying, "Did you mean..." and then it spells my search word/words/whole sentences properly. The other day I wanted to know the difference between the Celsius and Fahrenheit. I only typed in those two words and the word "to" in the middle. Goggle politely asked if I wanted to search for them spelled correctly because there were NO websites that spelled them that way. Spelled the way Google suggested, there were 513,000 websites with information I'm sure I needed. I did however spell "to" correctly, which does not always happen.
Today I read a website of a really smart woman who says she can't spell either. In fact she says she "...can't spell worth a flip." I am proud to be among her company. And the word "flip." Well, that's an old Sevier County word if ever I heard one. I wonder if she could be a relative?
When it comes to hand written notes or letters, which are the only way to write if you want to be known as a sincere person, I just type them out first, spell check them, and then copy everything by hand. If I am in a pinch, and haven't typed them on the computer first, then I write illegibly and hope that the person reading it will think it's their mistake that they can't quite make the odd word or two out, that I've spelled so creatively.
That's the answer. From now on I will not worry about my poor spelling ability but be proud to be a creative speller. I hope I have lots of confidence built up before Google has a breakdown and refuses to help someone as creative as me.