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Amy, how badly does your rheumatoid arthritis affect your hand? I'm amazed that you continue to solve puzzles. I know that both Edie and Mandy experience wrist pain....so we're all nuts. Jigidi really needs a group along the lines of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous).I'm glad you've got enough puzzles to keep you busy. I have enough non-puzzles (puzzles that I need to create) that I'll be busy too.I hope my hand feels better too. Some days it's not that bad. I hope your arthritis disappears. ;-)
That is fine! I was happy to have this one and the other Spring colored one. I am so far behind on puzzles, I have plenty to keep be busy for a while.I sure hope your hand feels better. I am so sorry to hear it is bothering you.
Amy, I'm so pleased to hear that, but alas, I only made one puzzle for today and it's not a flower. My hand is killing me.
I always love your flowers, Wendy. They have a way of always cheering me up!
Thanks so much, Judy. I LOVE flowers and they always make me happy. :-)You're very welcome, Mandy. Spring is just around the corner. It's just finding the corner that's been a problem. LOL
Lovely determined flowers - and a lovely reminder that despite the icy ground life will be stirring just below the surface, and will one day soon break through in glorious colour!! Thanks Wendy :~))
Wendy, this is the puzzle I told you I was eager to solve. It was worth the wait! I love flowers and have included them in a lot of my puzzles over the last couple of months. They always make me smile. I do believe this is what you do superbly, so keep designing and creating. Great fun for us all. :-))
LOLOL! I don't know what else to say, Pat. I burst out laughing when I read your comment? Well, that's what I did. :-)
Beautiful flowers! I like the way they have minds of their own and a steely determination, bursting past the borders and using arrow-shaft stems to break through the icy ground! :-)))