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December 25, 2009

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Randolph

Thank you for these puzzles. Perhaps next time a Labrador may be jigsawed? My score was a mere "2" but this might be a function of having only my snout to maneuver the pieces into place. Have a wonderful New Year.
Sincerely,
Randolph

Karin

We were reminiscing about the holiday jigsaw puzzles this year too. It was something we always did with my Grandmother who hasn't been with us for some time. "Gee doesn't this look like it should go here", was a constant refrain. I wonder now if it was the traditional whiskey sours that made it so difficult for the adults.

Elizabeth Collins

Zero points?? Dad, your skills are waning....I scored 1514! Well, at least your legacy of jigsaw puzzle mastery will live on.... ;-)

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