Hilarious Mom Helps Us With Our Christmas Cards
One of the worst feelings for me is writing something on Facebook or blogging about something and making some serious errors when it comes to my grammar. I have two sisters who watch grammar like hawks, they are without a doubt the grammar police in our family. I rely on them and my best friend Madison to help me when I think a word looks wrong. One thing I am grateful for, leaving the Christmas card duties to my Glammy. Glammy is the one who is ALWAYS making sure everything is in order and she will triple check our grammar, we all need a Glammy around. I am surprised she didn't put a hilarious Facebook video together to inform all her friends of the correct way to word your Christmas Cards. Before you send out Christmas cards or get your Christmas cards printed out, watch this video or read the Christmas Card Grammar Breakdown below! Here is our Christmas Card Grammar courtesy of Heather Breedlove Nianouris' Facebook page. Remember, "Apostrophes don't form plurals. Apostrophes are used to show possession and to form contractions!"
Here is the breakdown:
Apostrophe + Your Last Name = WRONG
If your last name ends in A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,N,O,P,Q,R,T,U,V,W, or Y simply add an S to the end.
If your last name ends in S, X, Z, CH, SH add es at the end.
If your last name ends in CH but it makes the K sound, then you just add an S at the end.