This is a word that can be used to describe many of the things I try to do.
Today we were being taught about proper lifting techniques, so you can see where this word would be used to describe many techniques used by the untrained, and even by the trained.

As I was watching the powerpoint slides, my eyes rested on this word.
I think its spelling helps the meaning of the word.
Who would think to put the combination of “wkw” together.
Maybe a wild kayak woman, but really, how many others.

Just a thought.
It was a good presentation, and we even did some stretching.
When I asked Ashlan and her summer work partner if they had learned anything, the answer given (just as the boss walked by) was, “I learned what we have to look forward to in a couple of decades.”

So, I took the laminated stretching handout, and will try to make them a habit during the work day. Why wait until I am at home!

2 Responses to “Awkward”

  1. regenaxe Says:

    Or you could start doing your floor exercises on any convenient floor — such as Harry doing his on the kitchen floor in the morning, just as Bubs walked out of the bedroom. She thought he’d fainted!

  2. kayak woman Says:

    I love the word “awkward”. It describes me both in terms of the definition and WKW!

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