Re: ot: approach to puzzles
- From: "Jef." <jef@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 19:01:53 -0400
Hi All, I am now safely ensconced in my new home in Missouri...
...my son, Kevin, is still living in the dorm.
Excellent news! You deserve some tranquility and rest and a fresh, new outlook-- both from your soul and your window.
Did you send me a photo of your son? Holding a baby?
I have a pic of *someone's* son with a small baby, and only a vague recollection of who it really is.
Does he have a child? Good-looking kid(s) by the way.
..This town is... much more vibrant and progressive. I'm looking forwardto exploring...
I hope the good side of town is the vibrant and progressive one. Best to stay away from the dull, conservative/proto-fascist side, just beyond the tracks.
...My puzzle is the cover the the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper album.
I used that as the basis for an invitation to a non-reunion reunion of old high school friends-- the sort who wouldn't be caught dead at a reunion.
I replaced the faces on the album cover with pix from our senior year yearbook.
...Any puzzle people out there with some suggestions to get me moving???
I'm not actually "Puzzle people".
I'm barely even "people people", but I've participated in a few jigsaw puzzles, and the way to go is to find all the outside straight edges, complete your "frame" with them, and work your way inside.
...I love lovelove playing and building with Legos and recently discovered their kits
for building rather intricate buildings with the possibility of building
an entire town...
Uh, sweetie? You know it's not a real town, yeah? I mean, Bessieburg is a nice place to visit, but you can't actually live there. If you discover that you CAN live there, by all means let me know and I'll stop by with my imaginary friend and a few action figures. You can make us some cocoa, and we'll put on our footie pajamas and build a suburb where we all can have nice yards and invite each other to cookouts and picnics and stuff. Or borrow sugar. Aren't neighbors supposed to give and receive quantities of baking materials to and from one another? I think that's how they do it in the 'burbs...
Maybe we can all complete that hard-to-match section of the puzzle-- the flowerbed surrounding the grave. I can bring some mashed potatoes and show you how, by cramming enough of them in to the feet of your pajamas, you can become 3 or 4 inches taller, and much squishier. Makes it hard to run, though.
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