The flow was disrupted. First, two neighbouring edge pieces were – are still – missing. Then, part way through, I covered the puzzle one afternoon and took a long time to uncover it. Yet, this puzzle represents a return to flow after some years away from Canberra. It is one of three puzzles purchased duringContinue reading “Flow Disrupted”
Tag Archives: Jigsaw Puzzles
I couldn’t make a mini jigsaw this time, but I love the reason why. I’d bought three wildly-different jigsaws, because you had to buy three to get the discount and why buy three that are similar. I did that once and learnt my lesson the boring way. The first to be tackled in this setContinue reading “Elemental”
Things that happen
The TV just said that democracy is in our hands. Oh dear.
I had two choices. I could try again … again … to conquer Monet’s lily pond or take the easier, and rather more colourfully garish, path. I opted for the latter. It was a very functional puzzle, with nothing particularly exacting or overly interesting. However, when it was time to fill in the sections ofContinue reading “Periphery”
Sometimes, when you open a new jigsaw, you are greeted with a sense of song. It’s something about the colours, both the solid colour chosen for the back and the variety that is splashed across the front of each piece, all jumbled together in the box. This hadn’t occurred to me until I opened aContinue reading “Entice”
I noted the irony. While chauffeuring family members to and from their skin cancer checkup, I bought a jigsaw of a dramatic sunset. There was a large table of jigsaws, most sporting a “Buy Three For” sticker, and two of them were the same brand as my recently completed mini jigsaw, “Mindfully Blue”, which IContinue reading “Mindfully Yellow”