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My husband is from Tunisia. When we were first married we lived in Grenoble, France, and spent our first Christmas in Geneva, Switzerland. What a beautiful country!
This Jigidi is quite like the United Nations, only we do much better!
I am swiss. living now in Switzerland, but was 40 years in Asia, therefore I am quite fluent in English, but not educated English. I get through!
LOL. I will not correct your grammar. English is not my husband's mother tongue either. Where are you from? I'm glad you like my puzzles. That adds to my enjoyment in making them. Have you done my Gailarino puzzles, too? Have you ever done any of June's (Juneshone)? Come join us on the forum. We do have Hanne from Denmark and Joke from the Netherlands on there, too. By the way, Tigress' name is Barb.
The first Mosaic I solved was by Wendy, the I found Mandy, Kirsten, Tigress and now you. Each of you seems to have a different style, which is very enjoyable. I of course also find lovely Kalaidos by other users. I got lots of free time -- no more grandchildren to mind--- and this is a wonderful way to kill it. The time, not the grandchildren. Thanks to all of you artists, who keep me busy.Oh- if you were a teacher, I hope you don't correct my comments, English not being my mother tongue. LOL
Thank you, Anne. I'm glad you like it.
Nice idea for a puzzle Gail. Thanks.
I just looked at your profile. I'm also a retired elementary school teacher. Come join the forum and talk to us:)
I'm glad you enjoyed it, Smims, and that I can contribute to your well being. I'm in your category myself-senior citizen, that is. We need these puzzles to keep our minds alert!
12:14 Enjoyed each and every moment. Thank you for helping keep a senior citizen's mind sharp!!