Musings and Amusings

K is for Kerfuffle

K Letter (3)




Click here for a link to other A to Z bloggers.

Comments on: "K is for Kerfuffle" (37)

  1. So many words from K. Wow!!

  2. That was ace! I do love the word “kerfuffle” ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. K would have put me on my knees but this is a kingsized keepsake. Keep kreating!

  4. This is great!!!! Love the word kerfuffle! And how you placed it out is really cool!

  5. I loved this! So creative and “out of the box” ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Can’t wait to see what you came up with! This was one of those alphas that gnawed and gnawed and finally just flashed at the last moment.

  6. I like kerfuffle. I will have to use that for sure. At one of my jobs I had an ongoing debate with one of the guys over the pshaw. To make a weeks of a long story short, he was amazed when he found out it was in the dictionary. Some words just ooze of meaning without having to have one. Hey, that would be a cool subject to explore at some time.

  7. Kute ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. K was hard for me too! Great job. Now I’m kraving popcorn. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Ha! I loved that. The letter K is my favorite. I blame Sesame Street.

    Kerfluffle is a delightful word. I like to see it used out of context like when describing a huge and complex event as a “slight kerfluffle.”

  10. Creative! Now I have a taste for some kettle korn lol ๐Ÿ˜€

  11. Hee hee…”kerfuffle” is one of my favorite underused words ๐Ÿ™‚

  12. I love the sound of the word! It rolls off the tongue… quite delightfully!
    And I love your colourful post!
    Writer In Transit

    • Thanks, Michelle. We need to start using that word more often – instead of “I’m so stressed” let’s go with “I’m so kerfuffled”.

  13. Lol krap is crap! You made me laugh though ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

  14. Ps I love the word kerfuffle not heard that in ages

  15. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today! I love that word ‘kerfluffle’ and I almost bought kettlecorn last week.

    • Thank you! I don’t know how kerfuffle came into my head for K, but the other K’s weren’t inspiring me and then this post just came forth! Should celebrate with some Kettlecorn!

Comments are closed.


Never underestimate the power of a question

Garden for the Soul

Finding peace in life's garden

besottment by paper relics

Musings and Amusings

Rosemary's Blog

A window into my world

Alphabet Salad eclectic assortment of rants and ramblings

stories, tea and drippy paint

Dispatches From Kansas

Musings and Amusings

Women Writing the Westยฎ

Musings and Amusings

Rocky Mountain Land Library

A Resource Linking Land and Community

The Off Key Of Life

Orโ€ฆ.Identifying The Harmless Unhinged Among Us.

Mountain Gazette

Musings and Amusings

Desert Reflections

Thoughts on people, place, being and belonging

Mary J Melange

A hodgepodge of thoughts, ideas and the reality of life.

Fernwood Nursery & Gardens

Maine's Shadiest Nursery

The Task at Hand

A Writer's On-Going Search for Just the Right Words


Musings and Amusings

Notes from a Western Life

The Windbreak House Blog by Linda M. Hasselstrom


Master Gardener, amateur photographer, quilter, NH native, and SC snowbird

Portraits of Wildflowers

Perspectives on Nature Photography

Travel Tales of Life

Never Too Old To Explore


Musings and Amusings

A Dalectable Life

Doing the best I can to keep it on the bright side

The Magnolia Review

Just another site

sappy as a tree: celebrating beauty in creation

"I think that I shall never see / A poem lovely as a tree. . . ." -- "Trees," Joyce Kilmer

Michigan in Pictures

Photos of the Great Lakes State

Before Sundown

remember what made you smile

What oft was thought

"True wit is Nature to advantage dress'd, What oft was thought but ne'er so well express'd"--Alexander Pope ("Essay on Criticism").

The Family Kalamazoo

A genealogical site devoted to the history of the DeKorn and Zuidweg families of Kalamazoo and the Mulder family of Caledonia

BREVITY's Nonfiction Blog

Daily Discussions of craft and the writing life

My Life Lived Full

If you aren't living on the edge, you're taking up too much space

Retirementally Challenged

Navigating through my post-work world

Pacific Paratrooper

This site is Pacific War era information

Almost Iowa

Where irrationality trumps reason

Live to Write - Write to Live

We live to write and write to live ... professional writers talk about the craft and business of writing

Tickled To Tangle

Musings and Amusings

Enthusiastic Artist

Musings and Amusings


Narrative of a Neurotic & Other Random Nonsense

Tangled Ink Art

Musings and Amusings

Brenda Swenson

Musings and Amusings

Linda Covella, Author

Welcome to middle grade and young adult author Linda Covella's website!

Destination NOW

The answer to "are we there yet?" News

The latest news on and the WordPress community.

Writing, Reading, and the Pursuit of Dreams

My self-publishing journey and other literary moments


Roaming, at home and abroad


Adventures and Postcards from the road

No Facilities

Random thoughts, life lessons, hopes and dreams

%d bloggers like this: