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The Lens-Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Ann-Christine.
Per A-C: “…small surprises usually occur in our everyday life. It could be surprising meetings, incidents, or maybe eye openers. In fact anything you feel surprises you!”
In times of self-isolation, shudder to think we should run out of (SURPRISE) (Challenge theme alert!) TOILET PAPER! Of course, if we run out of food we might not need toilet paper. I don’t think it is very edible or nutritious. But one can be sure the first thing cleared from grocery shelves during the COVID crisis was TOILET PAPER! Well, your not going to catch me red-handed, or something like that. INDUSTRIAL, that’s the way to go!
One roll lasts one person about one month, using the guest room bath for himself, or so my less than scientific observations tell me. Surprise, surprise. (Challenge theme alert repeat!)
What is REALLY surprising is that m’lady and I let ourselves be talked into borrowing our eighth COVID jigsaw puzzle as a TWO THOUSAND piecer.
As I suspected, even with a leaf added to our modest dining table, the disassembled puzzle will not fit.
(Thanks to the Lens-Artists blogger for the tip of sorting pieces into separate box lids, somewhat by color.) I thought I would start with the sea, but, silly me, it has been im-POSS-ible!
I segued to the houses of the town (this is Cinque Terre coast, Italy, I believe) and that has been much more do-able:
Still, it remains to be seen if this will be my first failure-to-complete in my brief jigsawing career. M’lady did well getting all of the pinkish-blue sky upper left, and we do have time, so we shall see. To be continued…
Otherwise, my work here is done.
Stay safe, be well. Be kind to one another. 😷 👏 👍
Kudos to the tireless leaders of the weekly Lens-Artists challenge.