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Dianemccambridge - thank you, glad you enjoyed it - I to enjooy the radince from a central source.PJ
Awesome!Really loved this one.
Thank you Mandy, I appreciate your fine comment - and I do agree with you.PJ
Thanks PJ - I love the colours in this one, and your lovely reminder that all around the world people are getting up and going to bed, eating breakfast and solving puzzles no matter what time of day or night it is where we are... I find it a very comforting thought :~)
Thank you Kirsten, for your nice comment. So fun - hitting your breakfast time :-)PJ
Perfect puzzle and inspired sentiment, for a place like Jigidi where people from all over the world catch up, PJ!! I really enoyed it. Thanks so much. :)))And I DID just have a late breakfast (excusable for a Sunday morning LOL). Although truth be told, it was because I jumped on here first, and got caught up responding to comments over at my place. LOL Sleep well PJ. :)))
Katie - thank you, pleased that you enjoyed it.Yard work - things are surely different!!!! - We shovel snow off the driveway or sift out sand on the glaced surface.Katie - I like your comment about time. So right now - you may enjoy dinner, I'm off to bed, and Kirsten may have breakfast :-)PJ
Marvelous puzzle PJ! I had mostly clouds today, but warm enough that I did a little yard work. I love your reason for the title. It's about 5:30 p.m. here right now and the sun just set a few minutes ago. And yet it's tomorrow morning in Australia now.
Thank you Ladywil - glad you liked the colors. We've had two days now with a few hours of sunshine - but still feel the need to see bright puzzles!PJ
Such a nice colors..Haven't seen the sun for a while here.
Oh Francine - so fun, so have I - without even solving it :-))PJ
I've been singing/humming that song since solving your puzzle. :)
Thank you Francine - I'm pleased you liked it. The title was first only Sunrise - but then it dawned on me that in the world of Jigidi - the sun sets for some and rises for someone else all the time :-)PJ
Thanks PJ. Good title for this cheerful kaleido. (2:11)