Years ago, in the days of my youth. Mom would always have a
jigsaw puzzle setting around on a card table.
I would wander by to see what she was working on that day.
Almost always I would sit down with her and we would have
the best conversations. We would talk at the supper table,
but that was about reporting what I had done that day or what
kind of day I had at school. The puzzle conversations were
special. We talked about everything, any topic was fair game.
The time was so relaxing our conversations often would turn
to those discussions that changed and helped shape my life.
I remember them like they were yesterday even though they
were 50 years ago! My wife and I feel what a great time it
would be for families today to have those experiences. Our
puzzles are of important things and events going on in your
community, so you too can generate those precious moments
that you will have for the rest of your life. There is no time
like family time. No competition of a game, just quality time together.
Toni and Larry