Kep?? Is this correct?
I want to make some "art" out of some of my vellum drawings of Shahed and my first apartment together.
When you are showing possession with?compounded nouns, the apostrophe's placement depends on whether the nouns are acting separately or together.
When one of the possessors in a compound possessive is a personal pronoun, we have to put both possessors in the possessive form or we end up with something silly: "Bill and my car had to be towed last night."
If this second sentence seems unsatisfactory, you might have to do some rewriting so you end up talking about?their?father, instead, or revert to using both names: "Giorgio and Isabel's father wasn't around much . . . ." (and then "Giorgio" will lose the apostrophe +s).
Kep just beat me to it. It should definitely be Shahed's and my.
I was also going to ask why the quotes around art? I'm thinking they are not necessary.
Ah! Of course! I knew it didn't sound right but I couldn't figure out why. Shahed's apartment and my apartment. Got it. How's that for incomplete sentences?
The quotes around "art" are b/c my aunt (whom I was writing an email to) is a real artist so I was just implying that my art isn't real art in comparison.