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Thanks so much, mwuff! :-)))))))
Since our weather people remind us every morning that our temperature will still be around 10 degrees below normal, it's hard to forget. I can't remember the last time we were on target, but it was certainly many weeks ago. Our normal for this time of year is around 13C (55F) and since we haven't been above 5 or 6 yet, it will seem quite warm. The snow is slowly melting, but enough that I can see the difference from day to day. Over half the front yard is clear, but only a little in the back. It's funny the things that can happen to get the creative juices flowing! I'm thrilled that you have found some new avenues to explore. And again, have a wonderful, relaxing vacation :)))))))
I've gotten to the point where I don't even know WHAT the normal temperatures are! But it was lovely today, and I hope it stays that way!It's funny, since I was only hoping that I would come up with a few puzzles to set up for when I'm away, but discovering that "pixellate" would convert puzzles into semi-Sue ones just made me so excited that I've spent all evening, and a good part of last night, creating puzzles. And I don't mean pixellate ones, although I did make one or two. I just suddenly felt freer to explore other things, play around with colors, redo old designs in new ways--and I have no idea why, but I'm glad it happened! I'll have to see how I feel on vacation, but I think I have enough puzzles set up to last me through it, if I decide to use them all--but I might save some for the morning after I get back, so I'll have something to post then. :-)))
Fun puzzle, PD. I hope you have a relaxing and enjoyable time on your mini-vacation. (Don't tell anyone, but we're actually supposed to reach our normal temperatures on the weekend. If we do, it will certainly be a shock to the system!!!)
Thanks, chilisand and Mandy--I probably should have called them full moons, but they were new to me, so.....! :-)))
Fun, thank you.
Nice! thanks PD