Hey diary,

So, let me tell you about the day Linda decided to take up yoga. It all started when she saw a flyer for a new yoga studio in town and thought it would be fun to give it a try. Of course, being Linda, she couldn't just quietly sign up for a class like normal people do. No, she had to make a grand entrance.

I was minding my own business at the restaurant when I heard loud music blaring from outside. Curious, I went out to see what was going on and there was Linda in her neon pink leotard doing some sort of interpretive dance routine on the sidewalk. Customers were stopping to watch and some were even taking videos on their phones.

I tried to get her attention and ask what she was doing but she just kept twirling around with this huge grin on her face like she was auditioning for Broadway or something. Eventually, Jimmy Pesto came over from his pizzeria across the street and started heckling her which only fueled her performance even more.

After what felt like an eternity of embarrassing myself trying to rein in my wife's antics, I finally managed to coax her inside where Tina informed us that Gene had already signed us up for family yoga classes at the studio as part of some promotion they were running.

Linda's enthusiasm knew no bounds as we made our way over later that evening. She insisted on wearing matching spandex outfits with me (which I begrudgingly agreed to) and danced down the street while singing "om" chants at the top of our lungs.

The class itself was... interesting, to say the least. We attempted downward dog poses which ended with Linda falling flat on her face giggling uncontrollably while Tina corrected our form; tree poses where Gene toppled over knocking into Louise who then kicked him off balance causing chaos; partner stretches that turned into impromptu wrestling matches between siblings; not forgetting Bob grumbling throughout about how ridiculous he felt contorting his body into strange positions whilst struggling not shout profanities under his breath whenever someone farted during relaxation time resulting hilarious snickering fits each time followed by shushing attempts.

All in all though, despite everything - including Bob’s reluctance – we actually had quite an enjoyable time together as family bonding through shared laughter is always welcome after hectic days running business alongside dealing quirky customers demanding bizarre burger combinations!

Until next time, Bob’s Burgers RP