It’s amazing what a good night’s sleep can do to increase your mental awareness! I answered all my questions about the last three challenges of 30-Days Of Creativity, I figured out how to fold a frog (but not inflate it), I solved all of today’s puzzles but just looking at them and I FEEL GOOD!
However, as you can see, I did not inflate my frog by blowing up his … er … his frog bottom. I person could get lip warts that way!
#2 THE MENSA PUZZLE CALENDAR – THE NAME’S THE SAMEFANTASTIC! I was able to discover all of the LAST NAMES in one clue! But I have to confess that I have no trouble in reading backwards. And in name #4, as soon as I looked at it I saw Anne and the third clue name and automatically knew the answer.
#3 THE PAGE-A-DAY PUZZLE CALENDAR – COVER STORYAgain, at first glance I swiftly knew the titles of both books and their relationship! Now all I have to do is figure out what I did or ate to have such a great night’s sleep!
And as a bonus, here’s the runner-up photo in this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable
#1 THE ORIGAMI CALENDAR CHALLENGE – STAND-UP LETTER FOLD
On Project Runway the designers often get the chance to design the print of the fabric with which they will be working. So I designed my own Renee-wrap folding paper for this challenge.
And after following the eight simple folding techniques we produce the following easel-backed end result.
It’s easy, once you know where to place your key photo on the to print page. Also the the printed page should be placed with the images upside down and the blank side facing up when you begin the folding process. Just follow these simple photo steps to help you with the folding instruction on the calendar page…
And the answers are:
LWOB REPUS, DERDNUH EVIF YDNI, SEIRES DLROW, YBRED YKCUTNEK
I have never read either of this books, and I can only think of the author’s last name right now.
And the answers are:
DARNOC HPESOJ, SSEN KRAD FO TRAEH, MIJ DROL
But what ever it is, you’re still up a creek without a paddle.
Happy Arbor Day if it is being celebrated in your area today. Most, but not all US states celebrate it on the last Friday in April. Missouri celebrated three weeks ago by dancing around the dogwoods and hugging them.
I’m half way through the Tree Hugger questions, and will post answers a little later.
In reverse, of course … sdnasrepma eht dih yhet ykaens ytterp saw ti dna, ytilibisnes dna esnes / ecidujerp dna edirp … netsua enaj yb slevon owt.
It’s a tiny triangular dog dish! In case you have a small triangular dog.
And guess what, it looks just the same when you turn it over.
#2 THE MENSA PUZZLE CALENDAR – DECEPTIVE CROSSWORD CLUES
And guess what? I was deceived on some of them.
In the backward answers, the ones I missed are in italics.
nodnol/nobsil delia/dehca steg/sten retac/revoc ahcom/aococ iborian/ilopirt
I don’t know, but are these puzzles getting a little Greek?
If you want to test you literary acumen,
stop scrolling down now!
Because the answers will appear on the next line.
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#2 THE PAGE-A-DAY PUZZLE CALENDAR – IT’S ALL GREEK TO ME
Well, I was able to able to unscramble the names of the two plays. So who’s your daddy, sis?
OK, I got George, Drew, Fredric and Edward, and drew a blank on 3 and 5.
JOSEPH (SKIP) BARYLSKI
He was also an inventor, manufacturer …
Born this day in Saint Louis in 1890.