Wednesday, August 15, 2007


Knitting - Soothing and relaxing

Kalahari desert - a place of stark beauty which I have been lucky enough to visit

Kudu - these you are not likely to find in the Kalahari desert, but more likely in the

Kruger National Park - which I visited almost every year as a child.

Kale - I love planting these in the garden in the fall, but have never eaten any.

Ketchup - Not something I particularly love, although it has its uses. I remember my cousins pouring it on their breakfast porridge and shudder...

Keepsakes - I'm not a big collector, but whenever we go camping or hiking, we try to find the prettiest pebble and bring it home. We have quite a collection.

Keith Urban - I'm not a big country fan, but I do like Keith

Kitchen - where I seem to spend a whole lot of my time, but it's mostly an enjoyable experience except when there's a PILE of dishes like the ones waiting for me right now.

Kiwi fruit - one of Gavin's favorites and very good on fruit tart.

Kool-Aid - filled with memories of childhood. This was pretty much the only sweet drink we got as kids, except for the mandatory glass of orange juice at breakfast.

Wow! Who knew there were so many words starting with K!

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beki said...

Kool-aid, that's all I ever drank as a kid. Just this morning I had a kool-aid flash back as I was drinking my Crystal Light on the go.

Mama Urchin said...

We were a kool-aid house too. We could really go throught it fast. That was in the days before arctic blast blue and all the crazy colors/flavors they have today. I think we pretty much had cherry or grape.

julie said...

Oooh - love that scarf what a delicious colour. Glad to see you started your K list with knitting!

de vliegende koe said...

And the K of KLEUR (Colour)!! I love the colour of the scarf!

Yummers! said...

My husband eats kale a lot. It's full of vit.K. He stems it, a bit of olive oil, salt, pepper, and parmesan cheese. Try it as long as you grow it.

Great list of K words.

Jess said...

What a beautiful scarf! It looks so... fluffy!

Chara Michele said...

That scarf looks lovely! I wish I found knitting relaxing... it just seems too time consuming. :)