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Walking Heavens

In making a plaque, I need to know the correct grammar for the following.

  1. Walking Heavens woods with her daddy.
  2. Walking Heaven’s woods with her daddy.
  3. Walking Heavens’ woods with her daddy.

  • September 20, 2016
  • Posted by Bonnie
  • Filed in Grammar
  • 3 comments

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I'd go with "Walking Heaven’s woods with her daddy."
I base that on my reading it as Heaven being singular and the woods being part of Heaven.

user106928 Sep-22-2016

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Yep... I agree with the hairy one

It would be "the doctor's woods" for one medic and "the doctors' woods" if there were more than one.
So, given that Heaven is singular, it is "Walking Heaven's woods with her daddy."

ron2 Dec-09-2016

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