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January (in Latin, Ianuarius) is named after Janus, the god of beginnings and transitions. The Anglo-Saxons called January “Wulfmonath” as it was the month hungry wolves came scavenging at people’s doors. The birthstone for January is the garnet; the flower is the carnation. (Wikipedia)
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woodowl

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My dad and I were the puzzlers in the family. In the last years of his life, when he would come to visit I would go to the thrift shops and collect puzzles. I liked them super huge in the thousand pieces style. They no longer fit on the bridge tables. I also found that there was the same cut for each size ... so after awhile it didn't seem a challenge. I love the puzzles on line because each of you are so creative in what you do that I can never get bored! I mostly love your vintage collages. Trips down memory lane without leaving my house!!! Thank you again ...

woodowl

That is so true Scrapper. We would do one big puzzle together as a family in the holiday but my mum and dad had a fold out bridge table lined with felt that was perfect so it didn't interfere too much with family meals. In our house the problem is finding a clear surface thanks to books, magazines and work!! so online solving is ideal. :) Jayne

Scrapper

LOL .. when I lived in FL we had quilting Christmas in July. I don't think I would be so ambitious to make a Christmas cake ... not even at Christmas. My scratch baking days seem to be behind me. Now I would rather quilt, read, and do jigsaw puzzles. Being on line makes it so much easier to deal with my obsessiveness of puzzles! You can only cover the dining table with puzzles for so many days! :)
Now I can start as many as I want and take my time finishing or working on 5 different puzzles at a time!

woodowl

Absolutely. A friend of mine has just made a Christmas cake, iced and decorated so I'm sure you can solve this puzzle now. Glad you enjoyed it Scrapper. Jayne

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I guess Christmas in July means I can do January in July too? A little late start but enjoyed it.

woodowl

Thanks so much Izna - I'm trying to do something appropriate for each month this year with the relevant info. Glad you enjoy my puzzles and the stories I write for them. God bless you too. Jayne

Beautiful, love the story on your puzzles, and love the message when we are done, God bless you..

woodowl

I'm going to give it a try and see if I can manage the whole year.

Kw3sta

Thank you for a lovely and challenging puzzle and the good wishes. I pray that you too, have a blessed new year. Is this the first of a series of 12? I sure hope so.

woodowl

A great pleasure Sue - the very best for 2016 for you and your family. Jayne

Some lovely images here, thank you and Happy New Year.

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