Jumble Answers for 01/03/2017







Good morning!  Not too difficult of a Jumble today, with ADMIRE being the only word to slow me down.  The cartoon answer was well jumbled but didn’t put up any challenge.  The cartoon was well drawn and I was surprised that there weren’t any door handles on the car.  Before driving a HARD BARGAIN, the gentleman should have inspected the vehicle more closely!  It feels good to be back into my routine.  I was up real early, dropped the kids at school and had a few minutes of peace and quiet to do the Jumble.  See you tomorrow!  πŸ˜€πŸš—


17 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 01/03/2017

  1. Good morning. Another easy one for Tuesday. The whole thing took fifteen minutes to solve. I felt “redemption”. Far crry from Sunday where I spent hours and hours and finally gave up asking my children for help.

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  2. There weren’t any door handles on the The Firefly, an all-electric 1961 concept car in that Colin Neale helped design. Colin Neale was a top automotive designer I interned for during college. Sadly, he passed away recently. When I found out, I decided to include his design in the Jumble. He created the inspiration for the Mustang.

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  3. I have to admire the jumbling today because of how hard I worked for the word admire. My Jumble New Year’s Resolution is to use your suggestion more often of “fresh eyes.” That was the only way I finally got karate a few days ago; left it for a while and came back with fresh eyes. Loved your comments as usual and thank you for your suggestions.

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    • When I first read your message quickly, I thought you had started taking Karate classes. After slowing down and reading it again, I now understand what you mean, lol! πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


  4. Jumble Jeff knows that you were not criticizing his drawing based on how often you compliment and praise him for so much detail, and we all know that you do not criticize. My husband and I were wondering about the door handles, so we thank Jumble Jim for explaining it to us, offer condolences on the loss of his esteemed friend, and compliment his choice of how he honored his friend. What a nice man he is, just like you.

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