Saturday, December 5, 2009


  1. Oh Delightful!If I'd known I'd have dropped by as the uninvited guest! So what is the plural of's Moose, isn't it?

  2. According to the Oxford English Dictionary the plural of 'moose' is, indeed, 'moose'.

    But according to June at Aging Gratefully: 'The plural of moose, if more than one and less than three is 'twoose'

    Three or more would be 'moreoose'. That is why they have such long faces."

    I like her syntax much more than the OED!!

  3. Oh, yes, and you would have been most welcome to join us!! I've visited your blog and I believe you would have added considerably to the warmth exchange!!