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I work things the other way around--I always like to jump right into the puzzles that catch my eye, unless there's a really large one that I don't have time for, of course. I think that I enjoy them more when my enthusiasm is fresh. And that also is a good test for what doesn't get done and ends up just bookmarked--if I finish the day's new puzzles, I look through the old ones. So often I realize that I'm not that enthused about them anymore, and/or that there are quite a few similar ones by the same person, with more coming each day, so I then have fewer qualms about either just leaving them in the bookmarks, or removing them completely. As I once said, there are a handful of people whose puzzles I know I love, and if I run out of new ones to do, I can just go to their profile and pick, without having to bookmark everything in advance. Call me hardhearted, but it works for me to be ruthless! LOL!
This puzzle has an Egyptian feel to it. For the first time in a very, very long time (perhaps ever), I have finished all the puzzles I bookmarked today. Of course this is because many of my favourite creators did not post any puzzles today. Then again, most days I choose not to solve current puzzles, instead choosing older puzzles. So I guess it's my own fault.