DAILY CALENDAR CHALLENGE #139 – MAY 19, 2013

#1 THE ORIGAMI CALENDAR CHALLENGE – THE NOTHING WEEKEND

Still waiting for the rain to arrive and quell the attack of the cotton wood tree allergens. If it does, I might fold something special this afternoon.

HUZZAH! Still sneezing waiting for that rain to start … but I do have something to CROW about!Rooster

My first origami rooster … though with minor modifications I might be able to morph it into a bald eagle for the Fourth of July. It wasn’t a wasted weekend after all.

#2 THE MENSA PUZZLE CALENDAR – THE SUNDAY HALF / MIKE’S COIN JAR

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HELL’S BELL AND TANGERINES! Wouldn’t you know that they would throw another math problem at me during the middle of a spring allergy attack?

But, the answer is so simple, everyone should be able to figure it out. I did! Even though I sneezed three times while doing it.

ANSWER: First, what is the value of the four different coins in Mike’s jar? One quarter, one dime, one nickel and one penny is 41 cents. You should be able to figure it from there.

#3 THE PAGE-A-DAY PUZZLE CALENDAR – PHONETIC WORDPLAY

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I figured it out … so don’t peek at the answer below.

tniap and tnief

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About Robert Edler

... a somewhat unknown and/or imaginary actor, writer, director, producer, photographer, friend, brother, uncle and all round good fellow that you really should get to know because he lives with that most glamorous fourpaw Mademoiselle Renee. (Mlle. Renee for short)

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