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Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Puzzle Time

I've been working on this puzzle for ages. Not that it's finally finished Whitesnake (hubby) can have his computer work station back. He's been very patient.

Photo source: KB



Love KB
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19 comments:

Christine said...

Looks tough

Angie said...

Just today, I was thinking about "resolutions" for the new year, and I thought to myself that I need to do some jigsaw puzzles this year. I have some that were gifts that I have not put together, and others that are long-time favorites. You have inspired me to move that idea forward! Happy New Year to you!

Carol @Comfort Spring Station said...

It's funny that I've been talking about getting a puzzle and you have a good one.

Hootin' Anni said...

I really like your puzzle choice. And, same as me...I too love working jigsaw puzzles.

DIMI said...

It’s really beautiful! Well done!
Dimi...

carol l mckenna said...

Lovely puzzle and creative activity ~ ^_^

Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)

bill burke said...

What a nice puzzle, my grandmother used to love doing them. She always had one she was working on placed on a table.

Al said...

That looks like a hard puzzle.

Powell River Books said...

That looks like a tough one. I like doing puzzles on my iPad, but nothing so complicated. - Margy

Colleen Looseleaf said...

I can't tell what they're doing. Whittling?

Phil Slade said...

Those 1000 pieces can be very time consuming..

Billy Blue Eyes said...

I've not done a jigsaw in years, you could get him a laptop then you can keep the workstation

Penelope Puddlisms said...

Success ... thanks to your patience and persistence! :)

Tanza Erlambang - Speed Up said...

sound tough...
have a great day

Tom said...

...I see so many bloggers doing puzzles, where do you find the patience?

Small City Scenes said...

I like doing puzzles although I haven't done one in awhile. Good for you for finishing
MB

Suchot said...

I never knew I liked puzzles as an adult until I got pregnant! When I was big and huge and it was cold and I wanted to stay in, I started a big puzzle. It was a great way to occupy myself and keep my mind off of any anxieties as I got close to my due date! (and then passed my due date!...)

Sharon said...

I love working puzzles! And it's good for the brain. I bought a couple of white boards so I can put the pieces on one and the puzzle in progress on another and then put them away if people come over and we need the table. That works well!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Oh my goodness, it’s a lovely puzzle, but our life would fall apart if I used my husband’s computer station for anything like that!

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