OK... "meteorological" is a difficult word to spell. It's one of those tricky words with a letter repeated in the middle ("o") that allows you to think you're further on in the word than you are when you're writing very slowly.
That's how this happens!
Rules when disaster strikes.
1. Don't panic.
2. If going for an attempted rescue, write the correct letter in place, then once everything's really dry, only the "wrong" strokes need removing.
3. Learn from your mistake.
Anyway, this piece continued to grow (it's very large), but in the end other factors meant this version got abandoned - more on that in another blog entry, I feel. So the right thing to do was to rule up and start again.
Surely I wouldn't make the same mistake again.....?
Oh no - I managed to make it WORSE!
I'll let you know how the sorting out of the mess goes....
(And tell you all the other tales of woe, and maybe even show you a finished piece!)
I'm Janet Smith, a calligrapher who loves to experiment with lettering and calligraphy.