Welcome to day 3 of Blogging from A to Z. My theme matches my blog theme - something to do with writing and something involving horses.
Today's grammar tip is super easy, but sometimes our fingers get carried away and type the wrong spelling. Then we're left scratching our heads wondering which spelling is correct - multiple guess right? Word isn't gonna help you out on this one!
Capital regards using uppercase letters for proper nouns, money used to invest in a project, or the seat of government for a state. (note my use of the oxford Comma, but we'll get to that for "O"!)
Capitol is the building used for legislature. To remember this is the odd one - think of the US Capitol Building and the upper level rotunda - round just like the "o" in capitol.
So one of the inevitable things with naming Arabian horses is that we tend to go for the unusual spelling. Here's a picture of Csavannah, at 3 days old. She's with mom Csage. She's almost 5 years old now and will be doing her first 30 mile endurance ride at the end of April. She's a feisty little girl, everything is done on her terms. She wouldn't accept any training, so I just took her out on the trail and she's been awesome. As long as there's no water in sight!
Do you share any of your passions with a family member?