Wednesday, January 29, 2014

National Puzzle Day, In the News, and Enjoy

- National Puzzle Day celebrates all puzzles.

Crossword puzzles are by far the most common.

Sudoku is the most recent puzzle craze.

Puzzles are a favorite pastime of millions of people. There are numerous reasons for the popularity of puzzles: For many, doing puzzles is simply entertaining. Some people enjoy the challenge of completing puzzles and moving to more complex and difficult puzzles. For others, it is a way to kill time and eliminate boredom. Others still, do puzzles to keep their mind sharp, or to learn new words.

Whatever the cause for your interest, spend National Puzzle Day doing puzzles.
I am a crossword puzzle aficionado. I complete a minimum of three crossword puzzles each day. I print the puzzles from USA Today, LA Times, and The Toronto Star. While the puzzles may be worked online, I prefer working with pen and a printed puzzle. I generally print a puzzle on both sides of a sheet.

I complete the puzzle and pass it to Laura. She enjoys having the solution on the reverse side—just in case she gets stuck. She rarely needs to turn the page, however, since she is a bright and intuitive puzzlemeister.

In the News - They walk among us!

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    Enjoy - Relax and enjoy these images and videos!