Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Kate is thankful for...



Kate brought this home from school. We are amused.

(And yes, rather horrified by that apostrophe.)

6 comments:

SherryG said...

I was struggling to see if it were indeed an apostrophe or a speck on the paper or my laptop screen.

Helen in Australia said...

The law of conservation of apostrophes implies that you don't need to worry: somewhere in the universe there's a word that's missing one, and equilibrium is restored. Should ever there be a net abundance or loss of apostrophes, however, the universe will implode, so you will just have to hope that for every fault you see the opposite fault occurs somewhere else. You have been warned.

Barbie said...

Hazel brought something simlar home from daycare. It didn't have an apostrophe, but it said "apart" instead of "a part." Actually, I just realized it had an apostrophe somewhere else. Oh well.

Kathey said...

Cute picture. I love Helen's comment!

Heather T. said...

So, is this a picture of the snow dragon Frosty, her sand monster? That's a lot of roles for 1 turkey! *giggles*

Amanda said...

I stuck apostrophes in one of my student's karate forms. It said:

Parents signature:
Teachers signature:
Principals signature:

I popped those apostrophes where they belonged.

I was polite, though. I used a blue-ink pen, instead of red.