It's puzzle time around the Bausch house. We just finished this 1000 piece Dickens one which happened to be a real challenge.
Along with it came a writing about Dickens and the characters that shaped his life. It became fun to learn of these people while placing them in the right spot when discussing his novels and home life.
On the back of his world of writing came a picture of what the puzzle will look like.
Here sits the finished product where both Leon and I took a seat when passing by, putting in a few pieces at a time. This kept us busy as it sat right
there waiting to be completed.
Now we are working on a "furry friends" piece of art.
Finding it much more difficult! I'm not sure this will get done any time soon. Maybe it will be shoved under the bed and pulled out on rainy days. The outdoor patio and three gardens will take up much time during the months of April and May. Playing with puzzles is a great way to easily enjoy life with that cup of coffee in hand and much conversation and excitement when finding the right piece
that fits in there just perfectly.