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More Puzzles For Danae











Keep going, Danae.










Five hours later. Solo now. Chris and I have walked away but she keeps on going.










Six hours later. 1000 piece puzzle completed.











And the next day, she starts another puzzle.










Love the perseverance, Danae. You go, girl!

Very inspiring.

So inspiring, Chris and I just bought two puzzles AND a puzzle board.

Puzzles just seem to fit the feeling of our home . . . and everybody’s welcome to join in the puzzle creations. I noticed that the first destination my tutoring student walked towards was the puzzle challenge at the far end of our kitchen table. That’s pretty impressive, considering that every other day, Glen immediately heads for the banana bread and chocolate chip cookies stash.

It’s really tough to walk by an unfinished puzzle.

I walked down the stairs this morning and headed directly to the puzzle. Those pieces just seemed to be calling my name and before I knew it, I had been staring at that this Ravensburger Special Edition, 1000 piece picture for an easy hour.

This one’s not so easy. We’re stumped.

Danae to the rescue!





  1. I know what you mean. We usually pull out the puzzles at Christmas break. I’ll think I don’t want to work on one, but if I ever try to just place one piece, I’m hooked. 🙂

    • Diane (Author)

      I know what you mean, Shelli. 🙂

      I’ve always thought I didn’t enjoy puzzles (wasn’t very good at them when I was young) but every time I walk by this unfinished creation, I feel the need to sit down and find one more missing piece! Definitely enjoying puzzles now!

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