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Oops, pkin, I only just saw your comment, sorry for the delayed reply. Needless to say, I'm delighted that you had fun with this. Thanks.
Most unusual puzzle fun to solve though. Thanks...
PJ - thank you. I did have fun making the patterns, although they all came from the same original. They remind me of the tins I used to get baby milk powder in when I had babies - and once they were empty I used to cover them with "sticky back plastic" and use them for storing dry goods in my kitchen - I still have some of them, 20 odd years later!!
Mandy - yes, it's an unusual puzzle and yes, it was so fun to solve! I'm sure you had fun 'piling the boxes', sorting the patterns. Nice and delicate puzzle.
lindaisling - You've got a very interesting point there......
lindaisling - welcome!!! how lovely to hear from you, I've often seen you on the top 10 lists, but don't remember you making a comment before - thankyou. I love your interpretation of this puzzle - and can see exactly what you mean. Please come again and share your insight!! :~)
When I saw this puzzle it seemed to me to be speaking about the life of a person and there is nothing on top yet because he/she has not yet met the person who will complete him/her and make him/her one whole...
Thanks Wendy, it was fun to put together, so I'm pleased its being solved.
Mandy, this is a very strange but very interesting puzzle!