No. Your suggestion was "too minor" and as such was appropriately rejected. You should have a rejection on your record for that reason.
There have been many posts/debates on meta about both definitions of, and arguments in favor of or opposition to rejections as "too minor", so I will avoid re-creating another one and just summarize a few main points.
When suggesting edits you should make an effort to fix all of the problems you can find in the post. You should not just fix one or two things and move on. One main reason is that suggested edits need to be reviewed. You are adding additional effort for reviewers every time you suggest something, and their time and effort comes at a cost. That time and effort would be much better spent on substantial edits that significantly improve the post rather than very minor edits.
Also note that while a suggested edit is under review the post is locked; it can't be edited by other users until the suggested edit is approved or rejected.
Those problems, as well as some of the lesser reasons I haven't mentioned, don't apply at all, or as much, to users with full edit privileges. They don't need to consume the time and effort of other reviewers to make an edit, so it's not nearly as important for them to avoid making smaller edits. (Users with full edit privileges should still avoid making minor edits as much as possible, even though there is no system in place to stop them.)
If you would like to help out the site by editing posts that's great, by all means keep it up, but if you would like to do so you should make an effort to provide substantial edits to posts. It will greatly improve the value that you're adding to the site, even if the total number of edits that you can make is lower.