25-K

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25-K

The letter K is on turn… and today I don’t enter a photograph with something that shows a visible K but an invisable one. You know me by the name Melody but that is not my real name, its the name I use since I entered/discovered the internet in 1996. Given to me by a dear friend in those days who was a singer and dancer but passed away at the age of 53 on september 21st 2016.
My real name, the one given to me at birth, starts with a K. Officially Jakobtje but always called as Koba. I have to say though that almost nobody calls me that way because I don’t like that name at all due to not that nice circumstances. People call me either Ko or Mel and that is fine ofcourse.

So for the last K in ABC Wednesday… and still 15 letters to go before it definately will stop… Ko / Mel sais: Thank you very much for all your input during the time ABC Wednesday ran and I hope you will keep on doing so untill the very last day, which will be on december 31st. What a way to close it and the year we live in, isn’t it?!

 

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24-K by M e l o d y

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24-K

In my hometown zoo we don’t have Kangaroo’s nor Koala’s, the animals I’ve shown in my entry at 23-K, the previous round but we have animals that most people call Kangaroo, whilst their real name is Walibi.. not that strange, because lots of people don’t know the difference between these two species, they look very similar, the most obvious difference is their size. Walibi’s are lots smaller. Since walibi’s look a lot like a kangaroo, and since we don’t have any other animals  in my zoo, and I don’t have photograps of them in other zoo’s, and I don’t want to ‘borrow’ photo’s that are not made by myself… wich name starts with a K … I show you the Walibi, a kind of kangaroo

 

 

 

 

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♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫

23-K by Beverly

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A new week and the next letter in our 23rd jaunt through the alphabet. K is the star this week.

K is for Kite. 

Who hasn’t flown a kite when young – whether store-bought or made by hand. What fun it was to race across a field with your kite trailing behind, with the hopes it would soar above you.

A beautiful poem by Kimmers gives a perfect description of flying kites. Here are the first four lines:

colors floating in the blue
as laughing children pull on string
rising and falling and billowing and swaying
to the rhythms of the wind…

 

Here is my art tag in response to “kite

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22-K by Melody

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De letter K proves to be found much more difficult but still I’ve managed, at least I think so myself.
This statue is to be found in the foyer of a large theater in my country and if one looks at it one can see not only the K but also an O and some other letters to. Don’t worry, I won’t use this image at one of the next posts in this round, so you won’t have to look at it twice.

 

 

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21-K by Roger

K is for Knowledge

I’ve been a librarian for 25 years, come October 19 of this year. The great thing about that is that almost every day, I learn something new, something I might not have thought to look up but nevertheless I find useful.

I have been blogging for 12.5 years, come November 2. Usually I have a pretty good idea what it is I write. But I often have to fact check bits and pieces. When DID that album come out? What year was she born? What I have discovered is if you get one fact wrong, people will dismiss the entire premise of your argument.-

Just this week, some guy at the bus stop had a schedule for a suburban bus that wouldn’t arrive for another three hours. I happened to know that a bus coming in the next 20 minutes would at least get him close to his destination far sooner. On the same day, I helped a young man put his bike on a bus, something I didn’t know first time out either.

I have a teenager, so all SORTS of stuff that I wouldn’t otherwise have even cared about is in my brain.

A surprising bit of trivia I know. Occasionally, it comes in handy.

The point at which you think you know it all should never come.