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I made all the elements in this puzzle from scratch, except for the seahorse outline, which is a public domain image from Pixabay. I absolutely love making my puzzles, and I hope you love solving them. (❛ᴗ❛
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Oh, it's just too sad to contemplate, Janis. We were given a paradise to live in, and in such a short time, completely trashed it. All with our "superior brains"!! I get SO frustrated by many of my fellow human beings - and more so at our pollies!! GRRRR!!

On a happier note, I'm glad that you liked this puzzle so much. Thanks for letting me know too. (❛ᴗ❛)

Sea horses are not likely survive in a warming environment it would be a terrible loss. They are truly beautiful, thanks for your skill in preparing this for us.


Thanks Diane! I really like how it turned out too! (❛ᴗ❛)


This is so cute, I absolutely love it.


Hurrah! I'm really happy to hear that, Sacto. Thanks for letting me know too. (❛ᴗ❛)

I LOVE IT!!!!!


I adore seahorses too, Dotty. And sea dragons as well. I hope that storm stays at a safe distance, out at sea. And I never thought that the green one that you like so much would be anyone's fave. I love it too. And the purple one, second from the right on the bottom row. That was the first one that I made with these patterns, and loved how it turned out. (❛ᴗ❛)


Oooh. I LOVE that you had such a lovely trip with this one, Mariasha! I hope you're well too. (❛ᴗ❛)


Thanks frandancer! I'm glad that you like this one. I love seahorses too. And our native "weedy sea dragon". Although they wouldn't make a great puzzle. LOL. (❛ᴗ❛)


WOW! You must have a wide frontage, Jerri. I'm not sure how many times I'd have to walk my frontage to equal a mile - but I think it would be a lot! And I know roughly how many kilometres my 10,000 steps take, as I have a new phone which measures distance too. On average, it's 7-8 kilometres, which is around 4.5-5 miles. No wonder I'm buying a new pair of walking shoes every 9-12 months! (❛ᴗ❛)


Kirsten, I'm sitting her enjoying the thunder from our typical afternoon by-the-Gulf storms and I find these adorable sea horses! They have always fascinated me because they never look real--even in real life! I usually don't do the 96 because I can never get on your leaderboard on that one, but I made it today. I think my favorite design is the light green one with the pretty pink flowers. 2 other sizes bookmarked. Thanks! Dotty

Lovely trip under the sea...thanks for the fun!


Beautiful colors and design. I love seahorses! :)

I sure didn't say that right. if i go back and forth in front of my house 6 times that is
equal to 1 mile. There..I got it right.!!!

OH my....what all were doing so good and setting such a good example
for the rest of us....don't tell me...the borders opened up...RIGHT???
These two new varients are whoppers.
well, get out the pedometer and away you go. Wear a mask, hat and gloves. I know
it is a lot. I look like some "mummy" when I go out any more. Everyone got their
shots and are acting like Covid is over....W.R.O.N.G. ! It is mutating so wake up people.
I wonder how far is 10,000 steps. I just walked back and forth in front of my house and
I know 6 trips back and forth which is one trip = 1 mile.
I'm not going to get another pedimeter as you never know what your getting in the mail anymore. That other one wasn't "cheap". oh well, live and learn.


And funny you mention a pedometer in 2020. I rediscovered an old one of mine - and started using it to help me meet a daily goal of 10,000 steps. I found it very motivating to make sure that number went up. For a while there, walking around our neighbourhood, was one of the only things you could go out for. We're back in lockdown now too. But hopefully it won't be for too long. (❛ᴗ❛)


I think you must be very strong-willed Jerri. Which is great! Well done you! And I hope that you get to socialise more in the not too distant future. (❛ᴗ❛)

OH, I did get depressed in 2020 over so many did. That was compounded when I ordered a pedimeter online and then the instructions were so small i couldn't read how to work it. the whole unit would have fit 4 x in the palm of my hand....that is how tiny it was. lifes little problemsa..!!!

You see, Kirsten, I tried the other route and discovered that even though i had "friends"
none of us were happy with the way we one morning i got up and said, that
was enough with depression, anxiety and all the rest and walked out the door and started looking at things differently. I've never looked back. I'm not the best gardner
in the world by far, but I do what I can with what I have. I have indoor plants too andI get all excited when they have!!!
you is all about CHOICES. we can choose to see the glass half full or empty.
I sure wish I could get outside more right now. I'm actually getting cabin fever. I do get out and water everything. That keeps me going. I can't mingle with people any more and boy do I miss that but I keep busy and positive thinking keeps me going
I try to do a lot of emailing and only with people who are positive...That helps too.


You are definitely a "glass half full" person, Jerri! It's a wonderful approach to life. (❛ᴗ❛)

It is how i believe and look at life.!!! There are those who see nothing good here and
I feel so sorry for them. Here we are in a terrible drought and smoke everywhere, but
when I get up in the morning and see the flowers in my yard...well, there is something pretty to look at. my next door neighbor has so many flowers in his front yard that
it is one continues blooming field all the time. Lovely, what's not to like there. Even
if you hate gardening, you can admire the colors and textures.


So true, Jerri. I like your "renter" philosophy. That's an excellent way of seeing our relationship with our precious earth. (❛ᴗ❛)

OH I'm with you on that one. Then we here on mainland could live a little less clutter and be more garbage free. I'm such an enviormentlist. I get made fun of all the time and
people say...what's the big deal. The big deal is...I didn't make this earth and I'm a renter of I should respect others handy work and do my best to perserve it.!
Take care,


Thanks Jerri! I'm really happy that you like these seahorses. I like how they turned out too. And maybe you could plan a few days away at the beach when it's going to cool off a bit, but still summer. Although you don't make it sound so enticing. That is absolutely disgusting that people would leave any kind of rubbish on a beach - but nappies! I think some people should be forced to live on small islands, where their rubbish and waste isn't collected. I'm sure that would change their behaviour, quick smart! (❛ᴗ❛)

What adorable sea horses. I got all caught up at looking at each one as i finished putting it together that i'm slow as all get out.
i miss the beach so much. it is too hot to travel. it's a 3.5 hour drive to the beach
from where i live and i don't stay overnight as it's 105 so i don't want to put my car in that stress. besides half the time nowdays the beaches are closed due to something
the tide brings in or garbage that people leave on the beaches and they need to clean diapers. GROSS!!!'
so, thank you for this lovley puzzle. it's a keeper.

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