Our apostrophized holidays

Presidents, Mothers, Fathers. All arouse punctuational angst, and much variation. To take the next of these occasions to come upon us in the U.S.: is May 8, 2011, a day for mothers (Npl + N compound), a day that’s your mother’s (Nsgposs + N compound), or a day that’s our mothers’ (Nplposs + N compound)? … Continue reading Our apostrophized holidays