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Oh, OK. In the wintertime, I assume that the dragon wears boots. Does Jennie pick out the boots, or does the dragon do his own shopping?
Ofcourse the dragon takes care, but sometimes the dragon is shopping or having a nap or other dragonstuff? sisterj:)
Great, Jennie. Your arms are falling off? That's wonderful news. I assume that that means that your hand will also fall off....which means that you can no longer beat me at puzzles.
And Sissel, it appears to me that the dragon is not as nice as you had stated. It's not helping Jennie.
Is your dragon not helping you around? I have told Wendy so! Can the dragon make lomombas? KNUS
take it easy girls-my arms are allmost falling of-just trying to carry me-and be glad that youre not able to see my thoughts "#§>xx@?+!!!!!!!
Your thoughts may be tax-free, but I'm thinking that I'm going to charge a fee for mine.
We know - but thoughts is taxfree :)
I want Jennie back, but I wish that she had broken her hand, the one that does puzzles....instead of her ankle, and the injured knee.*
We all want you to be back as soon as possible - ØHH :)
That would be lovely-but no its not possible-wich must make you happy Wendy-ævvvv
Jennie: Can you connect the computer with your TV. Then put the mouse and "tastatur" on something solid on your armchair perhaps. Then you can sit in your chair and use the TV as screen :) And Jigidi :)
Jennie, so far I have read 2 comments of yours in the last few minutes. You've used up your quota for today. In other words, it is time for you to relax and get off the computer....basically so that you can't beat my time on any more puzzles today.
braintraining ½ hour every day-well its really brainusing chatting with you-so relax Wendy-theres not much left after that.
Sissel- That's interesting about how puzzles came to be. I'll have to read more about it now that you brought it up. I had never thought to learn how puzzles came into existence.
I think it's fine for Jennie to make a comment or two per day, but I think she should refrain from doing any puzzles. It's definitely bad for her mental and physical health.
Dear Wendy13. My daughter read yesterday that puzzles was inwented by a britisch cardmaker John Spilsbury around 1760. he made it for geografic-education. In 1800 it became popular intertainment.
I think someone with a broken ankel or a bad knee has done it before. So for Jennie. You always have to use your brain atleast 1/2 hour every day. So we would like to have a least a comment a day:)
I think that one of the best cures for a broken ankle is to stay as far away from puzzle making as possible. I read it in a medical journal if I remember correctly. Doing even one puzzle is risking damage to both knees and ankles.
the onely one I did-havent hit my head though-thank you for the "young lady" needed that. lol
"....but I wont be fast"?????
Soooo, what would you call this, young lady?????
thank you Wendy-Ill try for ½ an our-but I wont be fast
If you take off your cast, your leg will be smaller.
But really, I do miss you. :-)
I will-I must-but theres no room for my huge leg-Thank you Wendy
Jennie, get well! I've missed you.
youre welcome beal
Vwry pretty - Many Thanks!
LOL! I'm glad that you liked it. I should have spent a little more time on it, but it was a last moment idea...and I wanted to get something on the board before you left for the night/day. Next time, I'll try to make a nicer puzzle for you, Sissel and javasage...oh, and for Dulcie too, of course.
Not low-but looooooove it
I lowe it-1000 thanks
Do you like the puzzle?
but i am now-for a short while
Geeeez, Jennie. I just made a birthday puzzle for your 90 year old twin Sophie, but right before I was going to post the puzzle, I checked to see if you were still online...and you're not.
all right-let that be the reason then-I think Sissel finaly figured it out though
How come, you ask? I think it's a stroke of genius that because Sissel has a twin brother, that you've decided to get yourself a twin sister...and then to celebrate her birthday. That is very smart thinking.
Who is the - ohh I think I remember. 90 years birthday :)
how come?? he he
Jennie, the more times I see the titles to your four puzzles, the more I laugh.
Thats one lucky twin, purplefaeriedragon all in one! Thanks for the fun jig ;>