Tag Archives: puzzles

Gentle ember of story

JB and I just finished the puzzle “The death of the historical Buddha” by Hanabusa Itcho. It was actually a pretty complex puzzle. We had it out in the living room where we had continual access to it. It was … Continue reading

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Slowly, carefully, and with intention

Though school has officially ended for the summer, there have been a couple of union issues which still need some resolution. This must have been the subconscious energy that drove me to choose Diego Rivera’s mural, Production and Manufacture of … Continue reading

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Puzzling

We took my mother out to lunch at her favorite Chinese restaurant for her (and her twin’s) 84th birthday. Midmeal, I asked my mother what her earliest memory was. She said it was a reporter from the Toledo News Bee who … Continue reading

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