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Grammar jokes :)
Classroom, Linguistics Humor, Grammar Jokes, English Major, Geek Humor, Grammar Fun, Grammar Humor, Funny, English Teachers
Hahahah I bet this is only funny to either English majors like myself or English teachers.
Linguistic humor. You know this is funny!
Nothing says funny like a grammar joke. These need to be classroom posters.
Grammar fun #English #Grammar #Humor
Grammar Geek Humor. Hang in the classroom, except the first one...
Grammar fun for copywriters... For all my English teacher friends!
Sweet parent-to-kid letter about Santa
Remember This, Truths About Santa Letters, How To Tell Your Parents, Letters To Your Children, Christmas Magic, Beautiful Mom, Christmas Eve, Things To Tell Daughters, Tell The Truths
This is SUCH a good way to tell "the truth" about Santa :) I'll have to remember this!
Christmas magic: EVERYBODY SHOULD PIN THIS TO SAVE FOR WHEN THE TIME COMES :) The truth about Santa - this letter is inspiring. Don't want to forget this when the time comes! (This made me tear up...what a beautiful mom!)
For when the time comes... The truth about Santa letter to your children.
the truth about santa, letter to your kids who busted you... .Have to remember this to keep the Christmas magic
The truth about Santa Here’s what I wrote: Christmas magic Dear Lucy, Thank you for your letter. You asked a very good question: “Are you Santa?” I know you’ve wanted the answer to this question for a long time, and I’ve had to give it careful thought to know just what to say. The answer is no. I am not Santa. There is no one Santa. I am the person who fills your stockings with presents, though. I also choose and wrap the presents under the tree, the same way my mom did for me, and the same way her mom did for her. (And yes, Daddy helps, too.) I imagine you will someday do this for your children, and I know you will love seeing them run down the stairs on Christmas morning. You will love seeing them sit under the tree, their small faces lit with Christmas lights. This won’t make you Santa, though. Santa is bigger than any person, and his work has gone on longer than any of us have lived. What he does is simple, but it is powerful. He teaches children how to have belief in something they can’t see or touch. It’s a big job, and it’s an important one. Throughout your life, you will need this capacity to believe: in yourself, in your friends, in your talents and in your family. You’ll also need to believe in things you can’t measure or even hold in your hand. Here, I am talking about love, that great power that will light your life from the inside out, even during its darkest, coldest moments. Santa is a teacher, and I have been his student, and now you know the secret of how he gets down all those chimneys on Christmas Eve: he has help from all the people whose hearts he’s filled with joy. With full hearts, people like Daddy and me take our turns helping Santa do a job that would otherwise be impossible. So, no. I am not Santa. Santa is love and magic and hope and happiness. I’m on his team, and now you are, too. I love you and I always will. Mama