Happy Unicorn Day…Oh, Winston Churchill too.

Churchill is too politca…lee…for me at the moment. So I want to focus on the Unicorns!!!

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  1. A baby unicorn is called a sparkle…eeeeeeeeeeeeeee….
  2.  If a Unicorn and a Pegasus mate, the babies may become flying Unicorns.
  3. According to a Jewish legend, the Unicorn can easily kill an elephant.
  4. The Scots national animal is the Unicorn.
  5.  It’s said that the unicorn was chosen to be Scotland’s national symbol because the unicorn is the natural enemy of the lion.
  6. There is a unicorn of the ocean. It’s called a Narwhal. It too has a long horn on its head. In 1577, Queen Elizabeth was presented with a Narwhal horn.
  7. In some ancient civilisations, such as in the Indus Valley, they would seal their secret documents in clay tablets with a unicorn emblem.
  8. Cups made from a unicorn horn are believed to reveal when a drink has been poisoned.

HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalUnicornDay

There are several ways to celebrate this fun day. Try these ideas:

  • Make some brightly coloured pancakes or cupcakes.  Decorate them with multicoloured sprinkles or glitter.
  • Bake cookies in the shape of unicorns.
  • Bake multicoloured cookies
  • Bake anything multicoloured!
  • Watch a favourite movie including unicorns.
  • Draw a picture of a unicorn or write a story about one.
  • Read your favourite fantasy novel featuring unicorns.

 

It’s Unicorn Day … and Winston Churchill Day!

Is there anything more Magical than an Unicorn?

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(Okay, so that’s not the REAL Winston Churchill)

Celebrate International Unicorn Day with these magical happenings

  • Winston Churchill is probably best well known for being the Prime Minister during WW2. As well as some inspiring speeches.
  • There has been speculation over the years that Winston Churchill purposely created trouble to get the United States involved with WWII…Mainly speculation.

(Below is probably his most well-known speech) 

Winston Churchill

  • Unicorns are believed to the epitome of purity and innocence.
  • Unicorns are one of the few mythical creatures that features in nearly every single ancient culture.
  • The unicorn is most notable in Heraldry for being employed as a supporter for the Royal Arms of Great Britain or of Scotland.

Unicorn

Share Your World…Week 43

Share Your World

http://ceenphotography.com/2015/10/26/share-your-world-2015-week-43/

If you were on a debate team, what general subject would you relish debating?

Something to do with popular culture I think, I am one of those people who doesn’t believe in myself enough to know what I know…If that makes sense,lol

What’s your strongest sense?

Listening, definitely listening. Even when it’s not a topic that I’m interested in. Everyone is always going on about how I’m a great listener. Hey, I try my best. I don’t think that we listen enough these days. I don’t mean either, actually listening with our ears, but listening to what people are NOT saying as well.

What would you name the autobiography of your life?

Oh this is a good one! I actually really had to think about this one…Oh I know! It’s a quote my Gran wrote about me “A rare as the Unicorn, is the Maiden of fair spirit”.

List your favorite flavors or types of tea.

  • Earl Grey
  • Black tea
  • Lavender
  • Green Tea
  • Chai tea =P