Tuesday, October 8, 2019

A Day Off

I will not be blogging today because the computer guy is coming over to work on our computers and printer. In the meantime, here is a jigsaw puzzle we worked a couple months ago. A city block full of cats doing different activities. I could not get the bottom of the puzzle in the shot, and some of the details are from that area.







11 comments:

DeniseinVA said...

Oh that’s a great puzzle! I seem to remember the artist’s style My son had a children’s book with similar drawings years ago when he was little. I wonder if it is the same artist? I enjoy putting together puzzles too. I have one in a box all ready to go.

Hootin' Anni said...

Cute, cute, cute. Perfect, in fact.

crafty cat corner said...

Now, that's my kind of puzzle Ginny.
Briony
x

Ann said...

What a cute puzzle that is.
I need a computer guy. I don't have any problems at the moment but having someone to call when you do would be nice

Rose said...

I would love to have one like this....I hope all gets fixed with your computer and orinter.

Sandra said...

and thank YOU for being a piece of MY life... hugs and this is a really cute puzzle. hope the computer repair is not to stressful

Heidrun Khokhar, KleinsteMotte said...

Ginny I used to love doing puzzles like that but now my eyes say no real.wish age related vision loss had better solutions.

Gracie and Bobbi said...

What a fun puzzle!! And speaking of computer problems, I 'updated' my IMAC to the newest version which really messed it up in that I cannot use a lot of my programs on it, and so now it is at the computer place getting 'taken back' to the other system (with a $200 price tag... ugh!!) I am feeling the need to never 'update' again!! I try to keep up with the latest but it's getting on my last nerve. haha.

Tamago said...

Oh my goodness, this is sooooo cute! All the kitties are adorable. What a fun jigsaw puzzle! And I love the last image, too :-)

Chatty Crone said...

Good luck on your computer woes.

LV said...

I love puzzles. Spend may hours working on them in the winter months.