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LOL!!! I think you've seen the real me here, in the design of this puzzle, Sue! :-)))))
Such a fun time, lopsided fun, true, but fun. Thanks, Pat.
Hmmmm..... Never thought of giving it/her a name! Until I was 14 or so, I called myself Patti, but then I outgrew that and wanted to be just Pat. Unfortunately, my family has stuck with the Patti to this day, even though I've asked them not to, so I definitely don't want that to be the name! Oh, wait! In high school, I got a letter from Pepperdine College, for some reason. (I hadn't applied there--I don't even know where it is). They clearly didn't do proofreading, because it was addressed to Atriciap! Maybe that's what split my personality! :-DDD
Does your alter ego have a fun name we should be using---Pattycakes or some such interesting moniker? Interesting to have a swirl squared. Will have to see how it solves. Here goes---I'm diving right in!!!
Thanks, Edie, Katie, and Ardy (lovely rose, by the way!). I discovered when I went to post this that I had posted a loony version of it first, for some reason. I think I will make more of these--the line adds a little extra challenge, and I think (hope!) that's fun! :-)))
Love this, Pat. You did a similar one once before and I enjoyed that too. 3:03 isn't a bad time. Really great fun. Thanks, Pat. I vote for more split personalities.
The dual personality makes for a tough swirl! Thanks for the fun Pat!
Sounds like the cream I use for my hot chocolate. Here we call it arf and arf. LOL, fun one, thanks Pat
I believe most of my swirls have been obsessive-compulsive (my grid today definitely is an example of that style), so this might indeed be my first bi-polar one, unless it's a split-personality.....Thanks, Lela, and Barb! LOL!
LOL - Lela's description would make a good title. Fun swirls, thanks, Pat. :-))
Is this your first bi-polar swirl?.........(I think the public should know).......