Jumble Answers for 09/23/2017








Have a wonderful Saturday and I’ll see you tomorrow!  πŸ™‚

36 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 09/23/2017

  1. The gardener blew a GASKET when the housekeeper dumped a package of fermenting YEAST in a MOUND of fertilizer that was meant for the weeping WILLOW trees.

    Easier solve today than yesterday but I was a little worried when I saw all those circled letters. But after a little reflection and looking at the number of letters in each word, the solution came relatively quickly.

    Thanks for Saturday wishes and here in Upstate NY we are enjoying a fall weekend of summer weather so I intend to make a last visit to the lake shore to watch the sand pipers, sea gulls and probably some families who have closed their home pools.
    Enjoy the weekend and save a few moments to think of those in Puerto Rico, other Caribbean Islands, Florida, Texas and Mexico.

    • Good morning, Earl. Same weather here. I knew you’d get in another weekend at the lake, and I hope you have a great day. We have so much to be grateful for, especially in light of what we see on the news. Great sentence, as always. I love weeping willow trees…Enjoy! πŸ™‹πŸ»

  2. 🎢”Don’t be sad or broken hearted, Spread my ashes in the shoe department….Everybody knows that’s where I want to be….Jimmy Choo Choo, Saks Fifth Avenue.. For all eternity smells like heaven to me, Yeah, yeah, yeah…Why be sad when you can smile…If I must go, I’m going out in style…”🎢

    β€’β€’β€’Fashion comes and fashion goes, Looking for the latest clothes
    Skirts and shoes and skinny jeans…Anything within my means…
    Follow trends or start my own…Doing it since I was grown
    Plan to do it all the while…Long as I “GO OUT IN STYLE….”β€’β€’β€’

    Today’s words offer nothing new, “Old Favorites”, as I like to call them. Totally unlike our puzzles theme. Fashion, the latest line, new clothes…Jeff shows us a gathering of Fashion critics, and a top Fashion designer. Announcing her retirement, the designer seems to be taking the crowd by surprise. They’re thinking…Why go now, when you’re at the top of your game? But the dialogue’s telling us that she feels it’s best to go while the reviews are great. Designer, style, retire, rave reviews…Best to “GO OUT IN STYLE”. Great LINE! Let’s face it Folks…Fashion is what we buy, but STYLE is what we do with it. Make it your own. Throw open that closet: Browser through the trousers, deal with the heels, make a racket with the jackets! Don’t be stressed to get DRESSed! Smile with STYLE…
    So there you have it Folks…Just one last thought. I can’t get PANTS how shocked everyone in the cartoon looks. Except for that bald man in the back. The one with the strange resemblance to David. He looks a little angry, no? He’s saying she’s “Classy”, but I just don’t know…I’d adDRESS it if I had more time…
    But right now, I’m on the RUN…WAY too much to do..
    🎢Coo, coo, ca-SHOE… 🎢 Everyone. Have a great day! πŸ‘—πŸ‘ πŸ™‹πŸ»

  3. Good morning and thank you for your visual intro. But I drink my coffee dark not black. Enjoyed this one today. Could it be because I got it so fast. If I had a star I would have given myself one. Willow took an extra minute because nothing popped until I made a word with low and the seeing the other three letters ,it appeared. Now back for my second cup of coffee. Until tomorrow stay well. Tomorrow’s second collection will be taken for all those in need from the three events. I hope people just don’t sit on their hands because we should all help.

    • Good morning, Paul. You’re so right. Too many people in need. Now’s the time to stand up. This is for you: ⭐️! Have a great day! β­οΈπŸ™‹πŸ»

    • Nothing like a fresh tomato salad with red onion and a little mayonnaise and vinegar dressing. Of course you have to have Italian bread for dipping. Enjoy.

    • Same here, Harry. Still got bowls of the grape ones, eating them like candy. And dinner last night? The plums on Italian bread…Olive oil, garlic, oregano, and a tiny splash of balsamic vinegar. Topped off with Spumoni! Nothing could’ve been sweeter!
      Good to see you here. Ciao πŸ…πŸ…πŸ™‹πŸ»

    • Don’t let the words cause you to frown…Just take a break, and and put it down,
      If you’re still stuck, on second try….Come look for us, come by say “Hi”.
      You’ll get your solve, in no time flat…And catch a laugh, You can’t beat that…
      It’s just a game Don, don’t despair…’Cause rest assured, we’re always here!

      Have a great day, Donald! Hang in there…! See ya tomorrow! πŸ™‹πŸ»

  4. Easy solve today. Break in the cold snap; will mow the lawn, kill the moss and pick some more tomatoes.

    Make it a great day!

    • Hey John..You are one energetic Dude! Tip of the cap to ya’!
      Enjoy the tomatoes…! See ya’ trow. πŸ…πŸ™‹πŸ»

  5. Hi all – No problem with the words. When I looked at the answer circles, I thought “Go out to lunch.” After writing the letters, that was closer than I thought.

    I found all the HAIRDOs interesting, in a nostalgic sort of way. In the Seattle Times color version, seven people, five blondes, one black chop cut and a baldie. The rightmost guy reminds me of Mike Doonesbury after his wife gave him a modern cut. He was appalled, said it made him look like a “jerky downtown trendoid” and was the final straw in his marriage. By the way, the colors in the SF Chronicle are *completely* different.

    What I liked most though were the two panels on the wall, which are either a bold artistic commentary on the state of humanity, or the vents for the air conditioning.

    Happy first day of fall!

    • Retired at the top of her career so she could go out to lunch??? A FASHION FAUX PAS! Take a look on line..no Mike Doonesbury. He’s cute..This guys not turning any heads! (I really like Doonesbury, now I hope this image won’t stay with me)! πŸ˜‚ You can take a guess what “COLOR” (singular) the women are dressed in..(Earl, are you listening)? Except for the tall blonde talking with our bald man. Surprisingly, she’s in blue! And I really do think he looks like David.
      And mediocrity at its finest! I thought very modern art or air vents, also!
      Happy Fall to you too, Grasshopper! πŸ‘—πŸ‘ πŸ™‹πŸ»

      • “I may not know art, but I know that I like HVAC vents” πŸ˜‚ Or something like that.
        Like I said, the colors in the Chronicle are completely different, but I can’t find any link to give you. πŸ™‹πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

      • Re: The designer quitting to go to lunch – Sometimes you reach a point in life where you’ve ..just..had..enough.. and you need a change RIGHT NOW. If she had her way, she’d “just walk through those doors and wander down the Champs-Γ‰lysΓ©es, going cafΓ© to cabaret” – and it would be totally worth it! πŸ˜‚

        • Hmm. Sure. It gets like that, been there, but she wouldn’t have “to quit” to go to lunch…And France, huh…I never knew! πŸ˜‰πŸ™‹πŸ»

    • Hi Betty, Yes it was. Beautiful here also, except we’re almost at 90Β°!
      Enjoy also! πŸ™‹πŸ»

  6. Hi, all! I said the cartoon answer instantly, and all 4 words were easy for me.
    I slept until noon trying to play β€œcatch up” with my sleep. (That’s the closest I can come to saying anything that resembles baseball talk.) LOL
    Now I’m going to search for my Sloppy Joe recipe. Enjoy your day, all!!

    • Good for you, and good to hear from you. Hope you continue to get your rest and take care!

      • Steve, thank you for your encouraging words to me in AZ β€œwhere never is heard a discouraging word, and the skies are not cloudy all day.” (Home on the Range)

        I’m glad you commented because I have a favor to ask which is for you to please continue telling me when you have posted a comment to me on IOW. I will gladly go there to read anything from you to me no matter how long it is, but I shouldn’t go there & read 100 posts just in case because it makes my eyes tired.

        What inspired this request is my accidentally finding & answering the post from you to me after which you expressed being glad I didn’t have a problem with what you said which I never have. Your short post today gave me a huge smile; I like what you say.

    • I wish I had a definitive answer for you, but I don’t. A lot of members here have mentioned at different times that the emails don’t reach them. It’s happened to me many times also, and I often generate the morning email. I’m sorry I couldn’t be of any help. πŸ™‹πŸ»

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