I'm sorry that I and/or others made you feel that way.
One thing I admire is that, although you've mentioned before that all your knowledge is self-taught and that you sometimes feel like you are in over your head with grammar and will have to say you don't know the answer, you keep doing lessons in areas like these because you believe they will be helpful to us.
In reality, of course, you rarely get anything wrong, as far as I can tell. But on those rare occasions when someone says, "Well I think this," or "this website says such-and-such" and you become convinced that you were wrong, you very graciously admit it. (I think I told you once that when I was teaching, one of the categories on our student evaluations of us was "Admits lack of knowledge," meaning we were expected to tell our students when we didn't know something.)
And you were certainly right that people need help with commas.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy your break.
"When the Round Table is broken every man must follow Galahad or Mordred; middle
things are gone." C.S. Lewis
“The chief purpose of life … is to increase according to our capacity our knowledge of God by all the means we have, and to be moved by it to praise and thanks. To do as we say in the Gloria in Excelsis ... We praise you, we call you holy, we worship you, we proclaim your glory, we thank you for the greatness of your splendor.” J.R.R. Tolkien