Saturday, April 28, 2012

Y is for Yawn, Yarn, and Yay

Y is for yawn.  Can't you feel it when you say yawn, yawn, yawn? Now I've gone and done it, I'm yawning.  Pandiculation is the act of yawning, the stretching of the jaw and eardrums. Yawning is one the most comforting act, sort of like stretching before relaxing the muscles.  It helps with taking a cleansing breath. 

Y is for yarn, not the yarn you knit with but the yarn you enjoy hearing when someone weaves you an intriguing and mesmerizing tale.  Tell me a good fish story or yarn, and I will tell you the Blue Marlin I caught last summer in Maui weighed in at 1600 pounds and is now mounted on my wall.  Believe it or not?

Y is for Yay, we only have 'Z' to go.  Yay for all of you who A to Z campaigned.  Yay, Yay, Yay, I'm finished yawning and ready to weave a yarn of my own.  Have a great weekend.

1 comment:

Laurita said...

I'll second that yay. I enjoyed the month but now I'm wiped. Tired enough to yawn. :)