ABC-Wednesday by Mrs. Nesbitt - Round 18 K
Hello and good morning, -afternoon, -evening, dear people who all participate is this wonderful photomeme, which is a joy to me, week after week, after week.
I’m always curious to what you come up with!
First of all a question:
Did you see my birthday post? Please let me know your birthdate so I can add that in our calendar... so we congratulate you on your special day!
The challenging letter of this week is the K and I've chosen the word: "Knock-Knock"
Knocking on your blog-door again to come in and see what you've entered this week. We all can go knocking at lots of doors. All participants love to see you come in to their blog-home, and more so, love the comments you leave behind at their entry.
Every Tuesday the knocking starts... every time again wondering what surprise is waiting for us to reveal, once behind that door. Aren't you as curious as i am to see what one has chosen for the letter of the week?
I always am, looking forward to your visit and the comments you leave behind.
So... i invite you, all of you, to come and knock at my door and at every door which is linked beneath.
Wishing you a inspired by knocking ABC-day / - week ~
♫ M e l o d y ♫ (ABC-W-team)
A special day from 22 - 29 march?
Congratulations on Friday 25th go to Nora!
Glad people are knocking on the door and not kicking it down! Wonderful intro Melody!!ReplyDelete
And right you are ;-) I totally agree, ofcourse ;-)Delete
Thank you Ellen
Great photo! Knocking g is стучать (stuchat') in Russian...ReplyDelete
Happy Easter time
Thank you Mascha ... the Russian word (in both ways written) is not familiar ;-)Delete
Wishing you the same!
The door and its knocker are beautiful.ReplyDelete
Thank you Dina!Delete
Knock, Knock!!! Who's There? Orange. Orange who? Orange you going to come visit my blog?ReplyDelete
and yes i did, loved it, as alwaysDelete
Wow, that's a serious knocker! The close up stirs up the imagination - who all would have knocked at this door! Have a fun-ful week!ReplyDelete
Indeed Jeannette it is..... i wondered that too...Delete
Thank you, the same to you
What a beautiful door knocker ! A pity that my house is to small to fit on my door !ReplyDelete
indeed Gattina, i would love to have one like that myself, but does not fit on our door eitherDelete
That's a very neighbourly post, Melody. Thank you for being an excellent hostess.ReplyDelete
My "K" stand for KATHERINE GORGE in Australia's Northern Territory.
Thank you Nick for your lovely compliment.Delete
I love to do it... and am ofcourse happy to notice others like it.
I saw...wonderful !
Thank you Melody! My entry is KALE.ReplyDelete
that i love too, just ate it a couple a days agoDelete
And another "K" or two... KANE'S BRIDGE in KEWReplyDelete
How nice -))Delete
I’ve a sore hand from knocking!
Ahhh pooorrrr you..... have you tried using the other hand? ;-)Delete
Love the classic door knocker. - MargyReplyDelete
Me too MargyDelete
Knock, knock! That is a lovely classic door knocker.ReplyDelete
Indeed it is... i would love it on my door although it would not fit ;-)Delete
Thank you Nora.... and yes, sadly enough, i have to agree with you... thats one of the reasons why i started this birthday-project ... Our community here is large but that shouldn't stop us from trying to bond more intensively, i thought.ReplyDelete
My plan is to mention in every intro.... wich participants celebrate their birthday in de upcoming week... i just hope that others will folow me in congratulate them...
Yes indeed, i wish that too... my heart aches...
I love the way you composed the photo and how you showed off all the different textures.ReplyDelete
Thank you Su-Sieee for your lovely comment!Delete
I like this kind much more than a door bell.
Me too ;-)Delete
I would almost like to say: Who doesn't ;-)