UQOTD – Unicorn Quote of the Day

(I think this post escaped the Push Publish Button last week. So sorry!)

Here is another Unicorn Quote of the Day for you:

“Then what is magic for? What use is wizardry if it cannot save a Unicorn?”

– Peter S. Beagle; The Last Unicorn


img_1245 A “nice”, wintery unicorn tale.

Fairies in Our Yard

Fairies in Our Yard

This pandemic has kept me close to home. Yet if you look, there is magic all around. Do you not agree that these look like fairy shadows? Good. I do, too.

Keep the belief going, and pray for an end to this pandemic so we can get out and search for unicorns once again. I imagine the lovely horned creatures are simply enjoying not having to avoid humans as much during this time.

Stay safe, everyone.

More Unicorn Jokes

fairy on unicorn silhouette

For your fantasy pleasure:

Q: What do you call a scary female unicorn?
A: A nightmare.

Q: Did you hear about the unicorn with a negative attitude?
A: She kept saying neigh.

Q: What do you call a story about a runaway unicorn?
A: A tale of whoa.

Stay stafe. Escape to fantasy!


Unicorn Jokes

April 10th is National Unicorn Day.


All of April is National Humor Month. So here are three unicorn jokes for you this morning:

Q: What did the unicorn say when it fell?
A: I’ve fallen and I can’t giddyup.

Q: What card game do unicorns play?
A: Uno.

Knock knock.
Who’s there?
Unicorn who?
Uni cracked corn and I don’t care.


Stay home. Stay safe.

Searching for Unicorns During “The Plague”

Coronavirus-19 is not officially called a plague, but their affects are similar: stay clean, shelter in place, avoid others until the sickness passes.

So how do you search for unicorns when outdoor searching is restricted? Why, in books, of course!

One of my earliest recollections of unicorns in books is the last of the Chronicles of Narnia, The Last Battle.

Where have your unicorn searches taken you?

During this “plague,” stay clean, shelter in place, avoid others until this sickness passes, AND READ. Go on hundreds of adventures from inside your home, from inside a book.

May unicorns guide your paths.

Coming Through the Plague, etc.

There was the Mad Cow Disease, destroying entire herds of cattle. There was the Dutch Elm Disease, destroying countless elm trees. There was the Black Plague, killing millions of people. And yet, there remain cows, elm trees, and people. We shall come through this present age “plague” of COVID-19.

In the meantime, stay safe and wise, and continue looking for unicorns wherever and whenever you can.