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Dagmar, thank you once again. It turned out that Hurricane Sandy was as bad as it was forecasted to be, but we lucked out in that we were without power for only 12 1/2 hours. And because I cranked up the heat, we didn't have to go out to our car to get warm like others in our area did. Lots of very large trees in our area took it tough though, and our neighbor's huge, and gorgeous maple tree split right in half. One half hit the neighbor's house and the other half is leaning toward our house. If it collapses before it's taken care of, it will knock out the front right-hand side of our house. Luckily though, because the tree was in great shape before, I think it has the strength to stay up. What the hurricane created in different areas along the east coast is incredible though. In a few states, it caused large snowstorms, in others, massive flooding. I think New York, where Pat lives, and New Jersey got hit the worst.
I am in Florida, so it has been long gone from here. It is so massive however, it will take many hours to pass over an area, so that is what makes it so dangerous. It's a cat1, but the size is the real danger.
I hope the media and the weatherforecast were exaggerating as they here do sometimes just to keep on the safe side and nobody can blame them that they didn't warn you. My best wishes are with you and I expect that you prepared yourself to face the problems. Good luck and I hope everything will pass without too much uproar.
Thank you, Dagmar. The storm is getting closer but we're not feeling the effects yet. In about 24 hours, things should be changing for the worse.
As I didn't know where live I couldn't thell you "Keep safe", but as I know now. I've just done it. :))
Dagmar, I'm so glad that you had fun with all the shapes. It's kind of like playing with blocks as a child....and it almost feels that way when creating this kind of puzzle. You were slightly too slow to make the board but you got a fine time. :-)
Sue, Ms. whatnauts has managed to scale down her bookmarks by not doing so many of the super large puzzles. I know that your favorite puzzles to solve are smaller than this one. If you want to scale down the bookmarks, you shouldn't be solving this size. ;-) You may be subbing at school, but I think Ms. whatnauts needs to be giving you a few lessons. LOL I hope your tummy feels better by the time you wake up. Have a great week. We're expecting to get hit by the hurricane tomorrow night. I should check and see if you're going to be hit too. Be safe!
Took quite awhile, 13:05, but couldn't resist the bright colors. I am miles behind on my bookmarks, have been subbing every day. Headed to bed now, upset tummy. Have a great week.
I'm enjoying an exceptional Jigidi night on a Saturday, so for once I can allow myself to indulge into whatever puzzle catches my eye. This one caught it instantly when I saw it. I was too slow to get on the board 11:16, but it was real fun to put this one together. I loved all the different colours and the design and the intricate design. Thanks for some fun on my Saturday night. :))
But Mandy, I'm not always on the ball with providing the essentials. Think of all the times I've forgotten to supply special eyeglasses. Mariasha always comes to mind when I think about eye problems and puzzle solving. LOL
No, Wendy, I know if I had needed a fork and spoon they would have been provided. ;))
Mandy, I suppose you expect a fork and spoon as well.
chilisand, I'm so glad that you enjoyed this one so much. :-)
this was so much fun, thank you!
This one literally needs doing in bite sized chunks!! All those teeth were very helpful, thanks!! :)