Today we want to talk about panicking.
Oh, you mean like
No! Those aren’t panics. They are the opposite of panics. I’m talking about
And suppressed panics like
And painful panics like
That’s not a panic.
No, I mean yawn. As in, I’m bored. Also hungry.
How about a treat to tied you over while I finish this post.
Yummy! But what do suggest?
Well, I just had some Greek yogurt ice cream
Yes! That’s a panic, but I like to spell it this way
um, no. When you put two of that word together becomes a laugh.
Yep, that’s because I’m laughing.
Hey, that onomatopoeia doesn’t start with Y!
So, you’re going to confuse the reader.
I highly doubt that. But I couldn’t, ya know, think of any good onomatopoeia that fit. So, I wanted to make the point not to force it. If it works, use it. But If it’s overreacting, don’t.
That’s good advice!
Yeah, I think so.
Well, can’t you think of any other onomatopoeia that fits in this post?
Well, I can.
Um, once again, not a panic.
Oh, I beg to differ.
Yiia…! I have no answer for that.
Well, then, let’s send the readers off to other bloggers.
Yes! I like the way you think.
I know. That’s why you let me hang around.
Oh, You know it.
Put in the button already, will ya?
I write about, with, for, and around kids all day. (Well, maybe I do the dishes too. Sometimes.)