Monday, January 03, 2011

ABC WEDNESDAY LETTER " Y "



Here we are at the next to last letter of the alphabet .
Today's letter is " Y ".
" Y "
can stand for YIPPEE, YAHOO and YEEHAW.
These words seem to be YELLED out by this YOUNG cowboy as he ventures over YONDER.



Its getting more difficult to find a good YARDAGE store.
Sometimes one has to go thither and YON to find material to suit one's YEN.



I saw the YUMMIEST soft mohair YARN YESTERDAY.
The YELLOW was pretty but I liked the rusty red color best.



This tree seemed to be the perfect " Y " for my post.
It didn't YIELD a lot of leaves, YET it fits the theme.
Now quit YAKING and scoot over to Mrs. Nesbitts link
to see what others have posted for the letter " Y ".
I guarentee YOU won't YAWN.

Posted by Picasa

32 comments:

Olivier said...

belle serie pour la lettre 'y', j'aime bien le patchwork de couleur avec les laines

Sandra said...

Yahoo, yarn and yardage, you did it once again. love it

Hilary said...

You never cease to amaze with these posts. Always entertaining.. always beautiful.

Jennifer said...

Love the Wednesday ABC idea! Thanks for the inspiration. Great post!

Wanda said...

Beautiful pictures and colors... I have Theme Tuesday today, so will post my ABC Wed. later tonight!~

Love and Hugs...W~

Life with Kaishon said...

I don't know what to make my y. No idea. You excelled. As always : )

Jingle said...

lovely y words.
enjoyed your creativity.

RuneE said...

I think you must have got most of the "Y"s in the dictionary :-)
And with photos to match.

helenmac said...

You use Y's by the yardful! No yawns, here!
Helen Mac, ABC team

Sylvia K said...

What terrific Ys for the Y Day! You always have such a great and clever variety! Fun ones today as always! Hope your new year/week is off to a great start! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Kay L. Davies said...

Lots of lovely Y words. Good for You.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Ginny said...

I want to look at the yardage and the yarn all day!! It makes me yearn for more color, and it makes me just plain happy!!

Roger Owen Green said...

great selection - both color and b&w
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Gigi Ann said...

You always have such interesting abc wednesday posts. They are always so entertaining.

Reader Wil said...

Wonderful post again of the difficult letter "Y"!

Tumblewords: said...

Yes! The perfect Y post - love the yarn and the delightful y tree. Your narrative is fun to read, too!

Leslie: said...

Awesome post as usual. I alwaYs enjoY coming bY to see what you come up with. HappY New Year!!! :D

Hildred and Charles said...

What a lot of good choices for Y, and wonderful pictures to accompany them.

Carver said...

Fantastic post for the letter Y. The fabrics and yarn make me what to make something although I stopped sewing or knitting ages ago.

richies said...

Yawn..... :) Sorry. no way I could yawn with that many interesting Y's

An Arkies Musings

Cheryl said...

Y'know I'm lovin' the tree, right? I also love all the beautiful colors you tossed about to bring some cheer back to the dullness of winter.

Rajesh said...

You always have such rich collection of words.

Paula Scott said...

Oh! You are so very, very clever!A great yarn was spun for all those y's!

Autumn Belle said...

Very colourful and beautiful post for Y!

LC said...

Yummy is right on the yarn. First glance looked like lucious -- and unfamiliar -- veggies and fruits!

Y. Ikeda said...

Thanks for commenting on my Y entry. You have a lot of Y's! No I did not yawn.
"Y"oshi from Japan.

Gattina said...

YES ! Nice findings for Y !

Nanka said...

Loved all the pretty colors of the yarn and yardage!! besides YIPPEE, YAHOO and YEEHAW.

My post is on yarn but with a twist.


My Y is HERE.

Francisca said...

Clap, clap, clap! Another perfect ABC Wed with Ys.:-D

Joy said...

A yardage of material is fascinating, an inspiration for your creativity of Y.

Anonymous said...

Love the colorful yardage in the bolts of fabric!

AphotoAday said...

When I was a kid, oh so many years ago, I used to ask "y" a lot...