This is from a college professor who is combatting punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school. It's a nice article. I like the how the "commas go where you breath" myth is debunked. I like the witty comeback. I think I'll start using it.

This is from a college professor who is combatting punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school. It's a nice article. I like the how the "commas go where you breath" myth is debunked. I like the witty comeback. I think I'll start using it.

Angelina and Sarah Grimke - Born in Charleston, South Carolina, the Grimke sisters were Quakers and early, outspoken advocates of both abolitionism and women's rights.

Angelina and Sarah Grimke - Born in Charleston, South Carolina, the Grimke sisters were Quakers and early, outspoken advocates of both abolitionism and women's rights.

Baboon baby: Just sittin' here with my rock..

Baboon Baby Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Yuri Peress

"I’m coming home, I’m coming home, Tell the World I’m coming home, Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday, I know my kingdom awaits & they’ve forgiven my mistakes, I’m coming home, I’m coming home Tell the World that I’m coming!" Wow powerful image!

"I’m coming home, I’m coming home, Tell the World I’m coming home, Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday, I know my kingdom awaits & they’ve forgiven my mistakes, I’m coming home, I’m coming home Tell the World that I’m coming!" Wow powerful image!

Two hearts joined together by a cross - symbolizing Christ being the center of the relationship and also a visual representation of Christ completing each of us individually as well as bringing and keeping us together.

Two hearts joined together by a cross - symbolizing Christ being the center of the relationship and also a visual representation of Christ completing each of us individually as well as bringing and keeping us together.

I love the simplicity of this little squirrel painting - just three brush strokes (?) plus the eye and nose detail. This should come in handy at some point. Maybe double as hair for a "fairy tale" painting?

I love the simplicity of this little squirrel painting - just three brush strokes (?) plus the eye and nose detail. This should come in handy at some point. Maybe double as hair for a "fairy tale" painting?

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