Monday, April 13, 2020

Kerchief

Well I'm discovering not having a set theme is not a good idea. I thought I would be able to think up a jillion things to write. And I do, just not on the right day. For K, I discover the letter is the fifth least used letter in the English language.

But prowling through nouns that begin with K, I see Kerchief. People have been wearing Kerchiefs better known as bandanas as face masks to mitigate covid 19.

Then there is kaboom. Storms rolled through last night. An apple tree split  in half. That is Pinky surveying the damage. Blight affects European grapes, pears, apples, and quinces. Quince trees are affected so badly that no one grows them. This tree was affected by blight. I plan to leave it in place this summer. The wild animals enjoy the fruit.

I had a wee damage to my siding.







6 comments:

  1. I fear that kerchiefs/bandannas and home made masks are often less than effective.
    Kaboom indeed. Love Pinkie exploring.
    The A-Z is beyond my lazy self. Each year I am impressed at those who participate.

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  2. I'm very sorry about your tree. Those storms rolled through here this morning but fortunately no damage in my area.

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  3. Bummer about the tree and siding. Your cat is enjoying the downed branches though.

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  4. Pinky is cute, but what a storm that came through!! Glad you weren't injured in any way!! We bought some kerchiefs to make some masks :)

    betty

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  5. So sorry about your tree but hopefully you can find something to replace it with. Stay safe, Diane

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  6. I'm glad to know the storm wasn't any worse for you than it was. Kerchief is a terrific topic for the letter K which, by the way, I didn't know was the fifth least used letter in the alphabet ; -)
    Pinky seems to be in her glory inspecting the tree. Excellent photos!

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