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Category Archives: puzzle
I’ll clear up this little mystery about the “red spoon” that is in my jigsaw puzzle box. One of my readers even sent a photo with one of *her* puzzle boxes with a red spoon in it–for luck! Cute.
This will be fast. I have hardly any time left to get anything done. Day before Halloween and all, you know . . .
Nights are cooler. Winter’s coming. Time–or as close to it– to start a jigsaw puzzle!
Last weekend our granddaughters stayed with us, and on Saturday morning we did a tour of neighborhood garage sales. Among my goodies . . . was . . .
Nothing to do this weekend? Well, unless you already have this puzzle, you’ll have to order it on ebay—and then do it NEXT weekend. It’s an old one . . .
Yes, yes, it’s finished! But even when I had only seventeen pieces . . .SEVENTEEN pieces!! I still was
I feel like it’s National Puzzle YEAR. The puzzle plods on–O’Half keeps asking when I’m going to start putting in the pieces of the dog . . .
Wow! big day here—National Puzzle Day. It’s a state holiday here in Pennsylvania—everything is closed up and people are home doing puzzles!
Yes, it’s true–where has the time gone? Am telling you early so that you can hunt up a good puzzle to do this week . . .
The puzzle is finished! But even when there were only four pieces left . . .