Saturday, May 31, 2008

It's a Puzzle

Our first puzzle in a long time

Today was another great day of relaxation and not too much time on the computer (I'm trying to not be a slave to work and blogging all day and night). I finished my David Baldacci book; I believe that concludes my Camel Club series which was very, very good reads. I was about to start another Baldacci but then I thought about a puzzle we've been meaning to work on.

I bought Mark this puzzle while on a trip to SC, in anticipation of having more time to do things together that we enjoy. We started sorting out the pieces and I'll let you know when we finish.

We also went for a little walk and just now (it's about 10:30p) we went for a drive around town. It's been so hot during the day (mid to upper 90s) that you just need to wait for the sun to go down a bit before it's pleasant enough outside to run around. On the way back to the house, we passed by the high shcool and it appears graduation was tonight. So congratulations to all those seniors out there and to their families.


Tammy said...

I like the photo of the puzzle. It reminds me of the hours I would spend working puzzles with my grandmother or my mother.

Kelly said...

I can't remember the last time my family did a puzzle! Thanks for the idea!

Lynette said...

Love the tomatoes! Absolutely divine.

Are there just two Camel Club books? I've raed two and thoroughly enjoyed them, as well as another one or two. Right now I'm heavy into Greg Isles. Do you know him?

Neva said...

I just got my first Baldacci book....Simply Genius....I am on my way to read it soon!