'A sense of humour lends you poise, it gives you balance and it helps you to bend without breaking'

(HH Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda)


Menopuzzling...You Have The Time!

It was brought to my attention by the MadSnapper that I really ought to again be highlighting my online puzzles... to help keep everyone focused on something other than crazy multicoloured and tentacled micro-aliens. She has a fair point!

So, for those of you who do enjoy a good puzzle or 87, you can go to my site directly via the button on the sidebar. But here is one to be going on with. What else had you planned for your day..? (Remember, you can 'ghost' the puzzle for assistance - second icon at bottom left. You can arrange the pieces - third icon. You can maximise the board - far right icon...)

16 comments:

  1. YIKES Yam...my normally routine with a puzzle is do all the straight edges first. This one has ALLLLLLLLLLLLLL
    straight edges...Hugs HiC

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  2. Is this an April Fool's joke? All straight edges??? Mom says she will be back after she finishes her execises to give it a whirl:)

    Woos, Lightning and Timber

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  3. What a creative idea ~ ^_^

    Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  4. It's beautiful! With my bad eyes I had to change the puzzle piece shapes.

    Stay well! xx

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    1. Hari OM
      Joanne, if you click the jigsaw icon bottom right, it will take you to the platform it sits on. Then at top right of the puzzle board you can see 'play as'... then select a lesser number of pieces, if that helps. But using the 'ghost' is also very helpful and expanding to full screen... &*> Yxx

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  6. What a crazy puzzle! Those pieces make no sense ;)

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  7. the mama is puzzled now hahahaha

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  8. No, I am not familiar with this puzzle.

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  9. for anyone who reads these comments, I have completed 3 of these puzzles and the puzzling thing is, I have never completed a cardboard puzzle in my life. and never will. the only puzzle I ever did were the wooden ones for toddlers, with 6 shaped pieces to drop in the right hole...

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  10. I already gave up on this one. YOWSA

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    1. Hari OM
      LOL - no don't do that!!! If you see my comment to Joanne, you can alter the number of pieces if that helps. And the flat edges work just the same as the curly ones! using the 'ghost' feature can really be help without losing the challenge.

      And thanks for saying you are doing these when you don't do the 'hard-copy' types!!! Yxx

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  11. I have been making several lately. I had to stop, because they kept running into each other.

    Big klem

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  12. I enjoyed the challenge of your puzzle. The straight sides makes it a bit tricky but I always look for the colors that go together first.

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  13. That is a real beauty! namaste, janice xx

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