To be truthful , I'm a craftsman , I've made my living as a potter all my life. I got a large McKnight Foundation grant to continue work on copper plating of hand blown glass, Which I did for 7 years. I worked with a group from China and Russia working on copper plating of actually anything really ,mine just happened to be hand blown glass. I Do a lot of work with wood now. The point is with what I do for a living Dyslexia can be perceived as a blessing. You see thing your own way, some may be back wards but it is your personal perception and art can always be deciphered by technic expression .You have compensated well. I'm mildly dyslexic and thank the FSM for spellcheck. I also transpose numbers, a concern in that when I was planning drilling operations and doing the on site supervision, there was a lot of gazintas I had to do. A mistake could actually result in loss of life so I checked and double checked and triple checked and if all three didn't agree, I'd keep going till I got a clear majority of one answer.
My surprise of the day, Chrome's spellcheck accepts gazintas. The compiler must have been a Beverly Hillbillies fans.
This really is a interesting subject for me , I have been using the keyboard a lot over the last few years and I've got faster over that period and my Dyslexia has had a field day on me. I have transposed the ultimate word on my record enutrof, that's a 7 letter word spelled backwards. I'm proud of that one.