more than beautiful

I wrote a piece at Babble about the importance of teaching my kids to appreciate the things that MAKE you beautiful.

Go and read it or a unicorn loses its wings.

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3 Responses to more than beautiful

  1. lceel January 16, 2012 at 1:26 PM #

    I like this. People come here and make up their own bits of Mythology – although Pegacorn sounds pretty cool to me.

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  2. Ima January 16, 2012 at 11:05 AM #

    There shouldn’t be an apostrophe between it and s in this sentence:

    Go and read it or a unicorn loses it’s wings.

    The rule of thumb is to say the sentence without the implied contraction; for example, “…loses it is wings.” If it doesn’t make sense, it probably isn’t the right place to use the apostrophe.

    • Dora January 16, 2012 at 11:22 AM #

      Ha! I find it funny that you chose to focus on the placement of the apostrophe and not the fact that unicorns don’t have wings to start with. Unless, of course, they have been crossed with a pegasus. However; if that’s the case, then they are technically a pegacorn.

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