It's Wednesday, so I'm linking up with Michelle at TheVintageApple for Oh, How Pinteresting. This week's theme is the majestic unicorn. First off, the fiction writers' creed:
Morgan the unicorn was a childhood favorite of mine. My cousin has a daughter named Morgan; I bought this book for her.
Remember Amalthea from The Last Unicorn? It was my favorite cartoon when I was a kid. I found the book, by Peter S. Beagle, in a used book store as an adult and read it, along with Beagle's short story "Lila the Werewolf." Good stuff.
This one's not from The Last Unicorn, but it's still kind of cool.
The unicorn, along with the lion, runs across Alice's path in Through the Looking Glass. There's a poem in which they fight over plum cake.
This one's so fluffy I'm gonna die! I probably blogged this picture before, but it fits the theme. Unicorns come in all shapes and sizes.
You could cover your boo-boos with unicorn bandages.
As Queens Helvetica and Valedictoria could tell you, when a unicorn has two horns, it's a twonicorn.