During the last three years — I actually started a little before the COVID lock-downs — I’ve assembled dozens of jigsaw puzzles. The idea at first was to minimize the snacking during evening TV. Has it worked?
Thanks to a gift of boxes of puzzles and the local library, my coffee table usually has a puzzle in some stage of assembly. Size limits the ones I dare attempt. And at the beginning, the pieces are often two deep.
This one, done in May, reminded me of European travel.
A riot of flowers in generous beds. Windowboxes. Red roof.
Can you imagine yourself as a guest with a second-floor room. The scent in the morning is a touch of heaven.
Travel without the airport hassle and long drive. Some assembly required.
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