Monday, April 29, 2013

Yak, Yak Yarn and YAHOO!


Whoa big fella.... These guys are enormous, eh? I wouldn't want to accidentally end up in front of one. Domestic yaks are smaller and less shaggy, but a wild male can weigh over a ton and be more than 6 ½ feet tall... that's a lot of yak! With both undercoat and over layer, they are happy to 40 below... better them than me, that's what I have to say about that.

And for your fun fact... YAK YARN!!! I have some knitting friends who might just have to add that to their list of media...


And finally... It's a BIG DAY for my buddy Tara—her first book release is TODAY:  If The Shoe Fits so I thought I'd through her a little party, with all the

YAHOOs
YEEHAWs
and YIPEEs

such an event calls for.

You've worked hard, chica! Enjoy your big day and congratulations!!!!

And if I might trouble all of YOU... would you mind sharing a little love with her?


LIKE HER

on Facebook
Amazon

And add her book TO READ

at Goodreads


And if you want to buy the book:

Amazon
Crimson Romance

CONGRATS, TARA!



17 comments:

T. Drecker said...

Aw! I want to cuddle that yak, but that probably wouldn't be a great idea, huh? Congrats to Tara!!!!!

Old Kitty said...

Cheers for Tara!!!!!! Yay!! Bottoms up!!!!

And Yaks!! What's not to love!?! They give out yarn!!! Yay!!

Take care
x

Elizabeth Spann Craig/Riley Adams said...

Congratulations to Tara!

That's a lot of yak for sure!

L. Diane Wolfe said...

Congrats to Tara.

Yaks are such unusual creatures. Like extra parts all put together.

Amber T. Smith said...

Awww, thanks for the love, Tami!!! *hugs* Yaks... and yak yarn?? Awesome!!

I went with 'yay' and 'yippeeeeee!' for my two A-Z posts. Didn't think of 'yahoo' (though I think I mentioned yabba dabba do).

Thanks for the congratulations, everyone!! <3

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Surprised you didn't go with yak loin. You know what it's good for. (Not that I need any...)
Congratulations to Amber.

ViolaNut said...

Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay TARA!!!! And I knitted a sweater for one of my nephews in yak yarn, his parents brought it back for me from Nepal and I saved it for their firstborn. :-)

Jai said...

That yak is way cool looking. But I wouldn't want to meet one in the wild.

Added another book to the TBR pile.

Congrats Tara!!

Jill Haugh said...

I'd say how effervescent your post was if I could spell it correctly.
~Just Jill

Cold As Heaven said...

Is anyone using Yahoo anymore? I think it's years since last time I used their services.

Cold As Heaven

Johanna Garth said...

Congratulations to Tara. Will go check out her book.

As for yak yarn, I wonder if it's itchy?

Helena said...

A big hurray for Tara/Amber! May her book sell by the thousands.

I had no idea there was such a thing as yak yarn. Live and learn.

Shelley Munro said...

That yak has horns so I'm standing clear. The yarn, however could tempt me. Also your friend's book. I love her cover.

Mel Chesley said...

That is one big yak! Congrats to Tara! Yay!

~Sia McKye~ said...

Aww, what a sweet thing to do for your writing buddy! Love the champagne and strawberries.

Yah, the yak's can keep the -40. But their yarn makes a good blanket. :-)

Sia McKye OVER COFFEE

mshatch said...

What a gorgeous cover! Congrats to Amber :)

Mark Means said...

Congrats to Tara and I'm disappointed you didn't mention that old song they used to play on Benny Hill...Yaketty Sax! :)