It’s June 1st, which means I’ve officially failed the #AtoZChallenge (I’m only up to Q). Read on to see what I’ll fail next!
P is for Penguin Classics (and my new obsession, pineapples).
To highlight another obsession of mine, N in my #AtoZChallenge is for Notebooks.
For my #AtoZChallenge, M is for Movie adaptations (on the big screen and TV) of books living on my shelves. This will not be a review of those movies, it is only a list.
Trying to think of a “K” word to tie in with my other #AtoZChallenge posts reminded me of an exercise we used to do in school to help learn each other’s names. Each student would recite their first name, then think of an adjective to describe themselves that began with the same first letter. If there was nobody with a “K” name before me, I would have been fine, because “kind” always came to my mind first. However, I was always the third or fourth “K” in my classes, which infuriated me. What good adjectives start with K? Well, for the purpose of this post, I’ve browsed dictionaries and even a thesaurus, and have not come up with a good one. So, for my #AtoZChallenge, K is not going to be an adjective, verb, or interjection, but a proper noun. K is for Keillor.