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Whoa! Sue, you're absolutely right! It's funny......I suppose. I used to buy beautiful....and expensive shower curtains, but my daughter (now 26) has ruined so many of them with her candles, that now I only buy them at a dollar store (where they're all a dollar). I'm keeping my fingers crossed that she marries the guy who is living with us, and moves out! Then I can have a pretty shower curtain again.
WOW this would be a gorgeous shower curtain. 3:00
Yes! And we can meet PJ so that all three of us can play. :-)
That will be fun... something to look forward to :~)
PJ, I think live music should be free.Ardy, that's so cool! My son and I have played it many times, although not recently. Probably the last time we played it was about two years ago and he's now 22. So I'd say it's for any age. Don't ask me who always won when we played. I think he cheated. LOLMandy, I realized right AFTER I posted it that I should have added the bands around it. It's funny. I was staring at it after posting and thought to myself that something wasn't right....and then the light bulb flashed. We'll have to play sometime. :-)
I loved playing this game... only we called it Mikado, and the sticks had different coloured bands on them so that different sticks were worth different points... a great game requiring considerable skill. Thanks alot for this memory Wendy :~)
My second year of teaching I had six students - 4 were ninth graders and 2 were tenth graders. At lunch time on bed weather days we would play pick up stix. What delightful memories your puzzle has brought up. We were in Rochester, NY and had record snowfalls that winter so we had lots of indoor lunch and recess times. Thank you, Wendy.
Definitely, and nice lounge compartments - with live music! (Extra fee, I sure!)PJ
I think that's a marvelous idea, PJ. Please make sure that there is fine food served on the train as well....please.
A great idea - I can make a puzzle of a 'planned' transatlantic train, and you can book a Jigidi-ticket on that one. It will contain nice sleeping compartments as well.... What do you think?PJ
PJ, I'm back for now anyway. ;-) I'm glad you enjoyed solving the puzzle and maybe later on you and I can play a quick game of Pick Up Stix. Is there a running railway service from the US to Norway? I'll get a train ticket if there is.
Wonderful Wendy - you're back! Enjoyed the puzze and the design and the colors.PJ