Thursday, 29 March 2012

More A-Z

While doublet making today, I did some forward planning.  A list, in other words.

It's a pretty simple list and it has nothing as elaborate as theme attached to it, but it does cover most of the letters.

K is eluding me at the moment, but I have starting points for all the rest.  No guarantees that any will be used, but they'll be a handy fallback.

Knavery, knife, kite, king, Kwik-fit, koala, kedgeree, kangaroo, knee, Kansas, knight, Knossos ...


  1. Hi Amanda .. thanks for coming over to my blog - As I have no idea which castle you can see - I'm stumped - but if it comes up let me know! Some funny ones - so you won't be there. Bob Scotney is also doing Castles .. he's number 48 .. and his blog is here ..

    He may give you one or two ideas for your students - on history---- not on doublets ..

    Kangaroos - do they wear doublets???

    See you very soon at the As ... cheers Hilary

    1. Ah - not knowing which castle is a problem. I'm an eejit. Richmond Castle in North Yorks.

      Thanks for the pointer to Bob Scotney. How interesting.

      Also - welcome and thank you for the return visit.

  2. Hi Amanda .. now I know .. but you won't for a few weeks!! Tease - aren't I? Here's another Castle site - you'll enjoy Friko's posts and pictures etc .. she has a castle as her header ..

    Cheers - Hilary

    1. Once again, thank you for the link. I shall contain my curiosity until you reveal the letter R in all its glory.

  3. When I first read this I was confused - I thought you were creating an 'A' list, then you went onto 'K' my mind did a double-take. Ignore me.

    I've also disabled word verification for the purpose of A-Z, so if you'd be so kind as to test it out for me, that would be great.

    I hear Blogger has an update? Any idea what it is? And are you using it?

    1. Now you come to mention it, I can see how that could happen.

      Will be along to check word verification off-ness right away.

      I've dutifully clicked on the "try new blogger interface" thingy and seen no difference at all, so I've no clue if I'm using it or not. Helpful.