K isn't the easiest letter, so it's been on my mind this week, between other things, and then when I assembled the photos I'd collected...
From the top, left to right: Letter K, followed by a photo of Kinokinuya bookshop in Sydney, a very Dangerous Thing. K&Co scrapbooking paper, from which I'm planning to make some Christmas presents (always a Dangerous Thing, planning Christmas presents when December's nearly half over...) and it includes Blue patterned papers. The K DVDs: King Arthur, with Dangerous Things like Love and Fighting and Slightly Mangled Myths; Kate and Leopold, largely similar except it's a romantic comedy, and A Knight's Tale, which is also largely similar AND a romantic comedy.
Next row: In the Neighbourhood, at an op shop, I present for your delectation Kilts, Knickknacks, Kitsch (no, I resisted temptation and left the clock in the shop) and a CD to assist you in Kicking up your heels (which can be Dangerous...). How good's that clock, though? Should you be watching the clock while meditating on Mary? It would seem somewhat discourteous...could it be Dangerous?
Next row: Blue Knitted blanket and Blue Kitchen utensils, interspersed with more items from the Neighbourhood op shop: Knitting patterns and Kit (aka clothes - and they're Blue too).
Next row: Dangerous Kitchen knives, Blue Kitchen enamelware, and In the Neighbourhood of a quilt shop you can find Koi fish (I also thought of the Japanese alphabets, isn't one at least a K word like Katagana?) and also Kit quilts.
Next row: In the Neighbourhood at the fruit and veg shop you can find Kumera, Kipfler potatoes and Kiwi fruit. And as hinted yesterday, King Island Cream elegantly covers all three, with its Blue lid, Dangerous nutritional label and being found In the Neighbourhood.
O-Kay. Roll on next week - although I won't promise anything so comprehensive...The letter is D and the categories - Sewing, Vehicles, Touchy Feely.