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2:02 Good night one and all!
01/May/17 12:11 AM
all, and good night Anne.
01/May/17 12:17 AM
Good Maen, good people.
01/May/17 12:30 AM
LPOTD yesterday was a ghost post from Joyce. Hope her visit and return train travel goes well.
01/May/17 12:32 AM
01/May/17 12:39 AM
I guess I'll clean up from my party and put out a May-for-Mothers bouquet. When my girls were younger I used to do a homeschool service project with them for May Day every year. We'd handcraft May Baskets with either real or artificial flowers and take them on visits to the elderly and shut ins.
01/May/17 12:43 AM
so close . . .
01/May/17 12:54 AM
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01/May/17 1:21 AM
01/May/17 1:39 AM
Good Morning
01/May/17 2:30 AM
Not sunny today.
We celebrated our grand-twins 6th birthdays yesterday. Yesterday was Gwendolyn's birthday. Today is Austyn's. (Yes, the twins were born on different days!)
01/May/17 3:08 AM
Don't worry, at least they were both born in April.
(Were still in April here.)
01/May/17 3:13 AM
Lovely bright photo today.
01/May/17 3:41 AM
Seeing that picture made me think of wildflowers and springtime, but not necessarily California ... could have been taken in a lot of places.
01/May/17 5:20 AM
Good MAen 🌦 Home again
01/May/17 6:07 AM
Happy Sunday day off!
01/May/17 7:52 AM
Morning all, love spring flowers.
Its so long since I've done the puzzle on my iMac it took a bit longer, so used to the iPad now.
Even managed to get my answers sent to Wombat.
01/May/17 7:56 AM
Another very slow day.
01/May/17 8:44 AM
I'll get us a bit closer.
01/May/17 8:44 AM
01/May/17 8:44 AM
01/May/17 8:44 AM
Drats, missed by a country mile - shouldn't have stopped off for that coffee!
01/May/17 9:59 AM
Hmm. A country mile, Peter? That doesn't sound like an Aussie expression. What is that in kilometers?
01/May/17 10:13 AM
Hal, as you probably know, we used to use miles, before we realised the benefits of using the decimal system. Your presenbt president might realise the benefits an get rid of a system that changed with each king, but I'm not betting on it. He has shown that if you give him an inch he'll take a mile!
01/May/17 11:29 AM
You're preaching to the choir, Wombat. We should have gone metric years ago. I was just pulling Peter's chain.
01/May/17 12:06 PM
But now it's my bedtime again. Night all.
01/May/17 12:08 PM
Hal's always pulling something, Wombat.
And BTW no talking about footy this week, OK!
01/May/17 12:48 PM
Good Afternoon. I'm with you Peter, No footy this week. I'm to grief stricken. HalT I've heard of 'Preaching to the converted' but not 'Preaching to the Choir' I'm assuming they mean the same,where does that expression come from?
01/May/17 1:13 PM
In 'Preaching to the choir' the choir refers to those who are already persuaded as to the value of the point of view as well as being, likely, those most devoted to 'the cause.' The 'choir' is already vocally supporting the message.
01/May/17 1:21 PM
Therefore, yes, it's similar to the 'preaching to the converted' phrase in suggesting the preacher's persuasive efforts are wasted since all listeners are already in agreement.
01/May/17 1:25 PM
Thank you Plum.
01/May/17 2:01 PM
Sorry folks I'm really late today.

Today's poozle asks you to start with a single letter and make an eight letter word, and then go back to a single word. You have to do this by adding (or subtracting) one letter at a time and making a word each time. You can More...
01/May/17 3:11 PM
After a record 12 responses last week we have slipped back to seven this week. Mind you there were some difficult ones in there. Was it too difficult?
I was really pleased to see that some of you submitted less than the full 24 answers.
The More...
01/May/17 3:28 PM
Just continuing with the 'too hard' issue. There are many other reasons why people don't post than the poozle being too hard. I suspect there are a few people who do the poozles , and rather than submit them, just check the answers later on.
But if the poozles are regarded as being too hard More...
01/May/17 3:39 PM
Well, Wombat, I liked this puzzle even though I found it challenging. I don't think the clues you give are too hard. The nature of the puzzle is that it requires the occasional unusual or obscure word as you, the puzzlemaster, search for words that fit each particular alphabet shift pattern. I'm More...
01/May/17 10:30 PM
of course, being 'long' is part of the allure as we see how many words you can manage to find for us each week! The alphabet is 26 letters long and you usually are able to find almost that many words.

Posting on a weekend is great for abundant time to solve IF one checks to find the puzzle More...
01/May/17 11:24 PM
What she said ^ ^ ^ ^ ... but in less words ...
01/May/17 11:43 PM
Wombat: I'm of the print out and desktop computer (Yes, admittedly Old School)variety, so if I have the time,I try to solve your fun challenges. Possibly a reminder reprint on the 2nd day, but only if it's not too much of a bother. (I have been known to search out the poozle if I wasn't around the day it was posted!) Thank you for the weekend entertainment!
01/May/17 11:50 PM
Judy. LOL
01/May/17 11:55 PM
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