Passed vs. Past

Hello sweet little gumdrops! One of the most notable characteristics of the English language is that just because something sounds one way, it doesn't mean you spell it sounding it out. In fact, if you spell exclusively by how words sound, you'll end up with a nonsensical mumbo jumbo that will make people wonder if … Continue reading Passed vs. Past

Peek, Peak, and Pique

Hello, Fairy fans! As I enjoy a fabulous lunch of black beans, kale, green olives, and Gardein's crispy tenders, I started wondering about common grammar mistakes due to homophones. While there are many examples (and I'll probably discuss each of them at some point), today we're covering the differences between peek, peak, and pique. Because … Continue reading Peek, Peak, and Pique