I've never flown a kite. The last time I tried something new was a few months ago when I ate cactus leaf at a restaurant. It was delicious.
Cactus? I really would like to try it!
They're cute postcards! I remember attempting to fly a kite with my dad when I was little, it didn't go very well but it's a nice memory.My A-Z theme is my Favourite Things and there's a bit of nostalgia today as K is for Kim Possible.
Kites can be really fun!
My philosophy is to try something new/go someplace new every year. I last flew a kite with my cousin in Delhi oh, many years ago now, but the memory is still sparkly :)NilanjanaMadly-in-Verse
That's a good philosophy!
Sure can't remember the last time I flew a kite. My hometown in Wisconsin has a fancy kite-flying day in summer on the beach at Lake Michigan. These days, my adventures usually involve trying a new food! Not too adventurous.Food For Thought
I don't think so. Some people never try new food!
Kites are so close to so many childhood memories. I was always assigned the job of holder of string while my older cousins flew their kites. I didn't mind. Looking at life with new eyes, a new perspective keeps me busy these days:)K is for Khamir
That a great adventure.
I am kite-challenged... but I *love* watching them fly!
It's the only sport I find easy. Maybe because it isn't an sport at all...
I used a powered jig saw for the first time about a month ago, and I admit I was pretty nervous about it. In fact, I asked my son to do the job for me because I was a bit afraid I might cut off one of my fingers, but he was doing something work-related, so I did what had to be done. I still have all my fingers!
That's only for brave people!
I was never very good at kite flying, so whenever I could get the kite to actually stay up, it was an amazing moment.I try new roads, new recipes, and meet new people.Trudy @ Reel FocusFood in Film: Kibble
Yes, you feel great when the kite is so high...!I also like to try new food (so I need to try new recipes!).
Last year I tried the hula hoop for the very first time :-) Of course I didn't succeed in keeping it at hip/belly height. Afterwards I've tried it a few more times, and my sole record is 6 'hoops' before it fell down :-)
6 hoops?! You're the queen. I'm hopeless with the hula hoop!By the way, this question was suggested by you in the notebook letter :)Now we are trying frisbee (actually, it's a flying ring; it's seems it's better for beginners). Because when we went to the beach and there were no wind, we feel frustrated. Nos we play frisbee, at least!
You're so sporty! Frisbee can be hard work :-)Thank you for being inspired by my words :-) I was hesitating to write about my first wave surfing (of which you know already), however, the hula hoop was more recent :-)
... and those 6 hoops I didn't repeat after the first (and only) personal record...:-)
I'm afraid I'm the contrary of "sporty". Even frisbee is too much for me! :/I just... try to learn new things, especially to enjoy together with DH!
I just love flying Kite Eva, Infact I have been a good one at it. Now with the boys getting hold of all these I need to behave as a good mom and let go to themThanks for joining the Bloggers Pit StopLaunching SIM Organics This April *Menaka Bharathi **SimpleIndianMom*
How cool! You could teach me :)
I should have known what K would be for :)Phillip | K is for Kraft paper envelopes
I sent you a hint... :D
Ah! Kites are interesting. Did you know there's a day dedicated to kite flying in India? Shubhangi @ The Little Princess
I would like that in my country! And which day is it?
Writing is my something new! I loved both the postcards today. Its marvellous the different types of postcards in the world! I am sure I am going to be looking out for postcard & their design next time I go on a vacation, cause of your series here.Celebrating 'Women & their work' all April @NamySaysSo K for Kitchen Queen
I'm glad I am a good influence in that sense!:)
This is an inventive post for postcards because I never would have thought there would be postcards with this. I do enjoy different postcards
One thing I have learned is that there are postcards of everything you can imagine!
Used to lots of kite flying took place when I was a boy. Haven't seen any for years. I will have to make do with your postcards instead.
It's never too late to fly a kite, Bob!
I last flew a kite when my children were young. I still enjoy watching kites being flown. There's something about them dancing in the wind that appeals. Suzy at Someday Somewhere
I feel free when flying a kite, that's it.
Kites represent freedom to me, even though they are on a string! The freedom of childhood to play and to make the kite dance in the air. Maui Jungalow
I completely agree.
I enjoy watching kites being flown. It has been a long time since I have tried to fly one.
I'm just learning.
I love the "what a scorcher" postcard! :D Cards like that definitely remind me of growing up in England.Here's my "K" post :) http://nataliewestgate.com/2017/04/killer-secret-diary-of-a-serial-killer
Yes, that one is very English! :)
Oh my goodness, I can't even remember the last time I tried to fly a kite! Wow, maybe I was 6 or 7, lol.
At least you tried!
Thank you for coming. All your comments make me extremely happy.