Friday, April 29, 2011

The letter Y


Kiddo and Husband having a yarn.


What are ye getting on with? No need to yop the head off me, I'm only having a yarn with my youngster.

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yarn - to converse casually

ye - plural of you

yop - to bite

youngster - a child

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Bad news, the fence in my backyard blew down yesterday in all the wind, and I couple shingles were liberated off my roof.
Good news, I got my computer back last night, today I plan on hitting as many new blogs as I can (within reason or course,I do have to get some study done)

19 comments:

  1. It was wild and windy yesterday. If we handn't replaced our fence last year it would have been flung to the far corners as well. Glad your technology is back in place.

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  2. Bummer about the wind dammage, but glad your computer is back!

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  3. Ditto what Alex said. Good luck blog-hopping.
    Karen

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  4. Glad to hear that it was only the fence and a few shingles. Crazy weather seems to be the norm lately.

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  5. Good to see you have your computer back!

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  6. Our wind has been terrible as well! Hope it settles down soon.

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  7. Whew! Glad you got your computer back, but the wind doesn't sound fun. :-)

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  8. Again, a fun post. Love the word YOP. Will have to use it soon!

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  9. I agree with Anne! I really like the word "Yop."
    You are over 250 follwers! Congratulations on that...

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  10. Ye is a new word for me. Learn something new every day! Happy A-Z.

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  11. I didn't know yarn meant anything other than colorful string.
    Woohoo, your blog is growing by leaps and bounds.
    Enjoy the weekend.
    xoRobyn

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  12. Crap-- the wind can be super destructive. We sometimes get microbursts out here that tear off siding or send out trampoline into the neighbor's yard. Yikes!

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  13. Yop my head off! Ha ha ha ha!! Love it!! Will have to remember that one.

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  14. Hooray for the computer! Boo to the wind damage! I like that word Yop. That's going in my lexicon.

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  15. New meaning for the word "yarn" for me. Glad you're back in the computering business.


    Hope you'll join us for The A to Z Challenge Reflections Post on Monday May 2nd.

    Lee

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  16. I just found your blog through a-z challenge! I really like it, and definitely never heard yarn used that way before, lol. ;)

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  17. Love it. New meaning for yarn for me. Found you on A-Z challenge. Glad you got your computer back!

    ~Tracy
    www.evolvingsoul11.com

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  18. Hope you've got your fence fixed! Love the Y words.

    Have a great weekend.

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  19. Driving around the city makes me grateful it was only a dozen shigles and the fence! I have never seen so many trees uprooted outside of the Lord of the Rings.

    Thanks again to everyone for stopping by!

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