So, who do I get to hug Gillette night two?!!! Also can someone plan a giant meetup party for Swifties before the show? I feel like because there’s so little tickets available it’s just going to be a swiftie party with few locals 💕💕💕💕💕
Spelling || No matter how old your child is (from 4 to 44) - there is always time for spelling fun! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
All @neskkids Movable Alphabet Boxes are now $69.95 (save $40!). The Nesk Kids Alphabet box was/are an exclusive limited-run item therefore once sold out they won't be returning to the store. So grab one today! Only 30 left!!⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Photo by @flisatfun
There’s something wrong with this post. It’s a lie lie pic 😩...
A “Snatch back Sunday pic” because.......;
- I didn’t get the luxury to go to church today (I hate missing church 🙄)
-I don’t have braids. I’ve joined the ponytail-snatch-game
-Lastly, it’s no more summer!!! 🙄🙄 it’s now SWEATHA-WEATHA #spellingisfun#sunday#nigeria
4 546 October, 2019
I've wanted a Taylor Swift inspired tattoo for years. Something so deep and meaningful it makes your soul tingle, but I just couldn't choose. Then the 'spelling drama' happened and it taught me you should always believe in yourself, even if others don't, for why you will always be responsible only for your happiness. And as a certified language teacher, I deeply and honestly believe that spelling is fun. ❤️
H is for "hono(u)r" and "hour" and "honest" and "heir". It's also for "herb", about whose pronunciation people disagree with a vehemence that could, if directed elsewhere, heal the injustices of the world.
When my students believe that English - or any language - does or should follow an objectively rational set of rules, they are frustrated. But when we instead delight in English as a chaotic slurry of historical and cultural contributions, then spelling and grammar and idioms become something to savour.
Thank you to @reneechin_art from whose book The ABC Coloring Book this page was taken. #silentletters #englishpronunciation #naturallanguage #spellingisfun
“I’m sorry, Ms. Swift, but your answer is incorrect,” the announcer told Taylor Swift after she failed to spell the word ‘gephyrophobia’ correctly. Swift’s misspelling caused her to lose the 92nd National Spelling Bee, hosted in Washington DC. “I was wrong! Spelling is not fun,” lamented Swift, correcting a lyric in her song ME!, “There’s no ‘I’ in team, but you know what, there’s no ‘U’ in team either. If I’m not on the team, and you’re not on the team- no one’s on the team! The team sucks!”