I don't mean to brag--honestly, I don't. Before I tell you my small story, you need a bit of background about me.
When my husband and I planned a church retreat some years ago, we settled on an introduction to Myers-Briggs personality typing. It was fascinating.
I have previously written about my personality type--here--which turned out to be INTJ. Now, I will spare you the arcane aspects of personality typing right now, BUT...you should know that the slogan for my personality type is--INTJs can improve anything; just ask.
So, I am constantly thinking about how things can be nudged into being just a bit better. Our friends (and maybe even our children) recognize this trait in me. More than a decade ago, one of our friends gave me a button that read "I Thought I Was Wrong Once...But I Was Mistaken."
That about sums it up. (And I hate to be wrong...ahem...but I'm working on that.)
Anyhow--now for the little story. I was looking on Google Maps the other day--looking for a store name. We have a cute little shopping center nearby us, called Shoppes at Susquehanna. When I got to the coordinates on Google Maps--nothing. No mention of that shopping center. What? It's been there at least 5 years. Then, I noticed--Google Maps lets you send them a message if they got something wrong.
Heh heh heh. So, off I sent a message. Then a couple of days ago, I got an answer.
TADA! "Your Google Maps report has been reviewed, and you were right!" So, it's official.
Even Google Maps acknowledges that I am right. Now, back to being humble.