W is for
Walking on stilts. Something I haven't done in many years. My uncle Keith made me a pair- a set (?) when I was 8 or nine and I had hours of fun walking tall. I wonder if I could do it now.
Wonton soup. My chicken soup, the comfort food of choice to feed a cold- or is it a fever....
Wardrobe. Mine is pretty basic, jeans and tees. A few skirts and a couple of dresses. I'm very low maintenance when it comes to clothes and I'm also pretty cheap. The most I've ever paid for a pair of jeans was around 40 dollars and I was sick about it afterward. I used to really enjoy shopping, but these days, I get much more enjoyment making myself a skirt or top than shopping for one.
Witch. When I was young I wanted to be Samantha from Bewitched. I dreamed of being able to work magic by wiggling my nose.
X is for
X-ray. I've had so many myself and been exposed to many more working in the NICU. I should glow in the dark.
Y is for
Yogurt. Pronounced yogrit at our house, the way Alyssa pronounced it when she was 3 or 4 and we still say it that way. We have a small vocabulary of toddler-isms that just seemed to stick. For the life of me, I can't think of any other examples right now though.
Sort of yellow? I had to fit him in this post somewhere. Look at that little face! He's not ours, just visiting. Three dogs is more than enough. He'll be living with Alyssa's boyfriend.
Y is also for YIPEE!!! I stuck with this Encyclopedia of Me theme for August. Some letters were easier than others. Thanks Cassi, it's been fun.
Z is for
Aren't spiders amazing?