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I am running so far behind today....but I will have to check to see what you've been doing. I have to tell you that I force myself to stay away from you because if I didn't, I'd be addicted. Only one addiction at a time is allowed, and for now it's creating puzzles. I love you though, Mr. Bugosi.
It serves a two-fold purpose........It is a cunning disguise, as Juneshone is after money for her appearance in my blockbuster comic strip.......and I am posting my backlog of Christmas cards in pd-thingy's mailbox...............
Pat and Mr. Bugosi, who the heck did you two sneak comments in here so quickly? I'm still not awake yet....but might return to respond. Mr. Bugosi, I don't know what to say about your avatar at the moment other than that I chuckled immediately upon seeing it.
As I was strolling along your beautiful hallway, 'nature called' so to speak........I opened the door, thinking it might just be a bathroom/washroom.........needless to say, your plants have suffered no long-term damage..........(and neither have I).......
Oooooh, this is spectacular!!! I'll have to be a very good girl and not copy this idea, which reminds me of my "magnifying" sections of borders, but is much, much cooler! It makes a flat frames puzzle into an incredibly 3-dimensional one--fabulous!!!
OK you guys- yes, this is the door to my garden.I woke up only a short time ago and have only had half a cup of coffee....and right now I'm struggling with how I can respond to all of you. Let me wake up a little more, and if I can think of something brilliant, I'll come back and post it. In the meantime, you're all very cute. :-)
Wendy I love that you have included a ramp to the door at the end of your hallway, as well as the steps!!! Thank you :~)
Yes - I agree. Wendy - with all the fine colors - it is a logical, inspirational and wonderful entrance to your garden of flowers!!!!PJ
Oh! I love Ardy's brilliant idea that it's the door to your garden!
I wonder what's there too Katie. Guess we'll have to get there to find out. Shall we head that direction. Wendy, Are you ever going to show us what's beyond the door? Maybe it's the entrance to your garden. Thanks for the puzzle.
This is so cool Wendy! I wonder what Ardy will find at the end?
Thank you, dear PJ. :-)
Wendy - I love it. Perspective puzzles are so fascinating. Gorgeous composition and neat choice of colors.PJ