That’s how I spelled “oops” for many years. I recently came across it again when reading a self-published book, and had to laugh. The book has hundreds of errors, including my #1 pet peeve, then for than. But in this case the author also consistently uses than for then. And for added measure, the notorious effect when she meant affect. It’s obvious she’s not a great grammarian because she also misused apostrophes and commas ad nauseam. Apparently she had no beta readers.
Anyway, all that is a prologue to say that “Oops, I forgot to post on Sunday.” As for Saturday, I didn’t forget. I knew I missed the day.
So, three. Three days of consecutive blog posts. I suppose the next goal is four consecutive days.