Today during telling sharing Gretchen couldn't wait for her turn. Even though we go around the circle, she held her hand up the entire time until it was her turn. (An eternity, according to her.)
"Yes, I DO have telling sharing today! Whew! My brother is getting his TONTHILS out today. They are VERY thwollen, and so is his you-you na."
"What?" I asked.
"You know, his YOU-YOU NA!" She said loudly, pointing in her mouth.
"Ah, yes. The old you-you na. Sometimes people call it a uvula, but I think I like your version much better. Thank you, Gretchen. Next?"
(Your assignment? Use the word You-you na in a sentence FOUR times this weekend. I dare ya.)