ARNGD = GRAND
PEWIR = WIPER
MEELAF = FEMALE
RWHYOT = WORTHY
WHAT’S THE BEST WAY TO DISPLAY A BACKWARD DRAWING?
ANDWIEFMWOR = IN A WINDOW FRAME
Good morning my friends and happy Wednesday! It’s already the middle of the week, and Guest Jumbler week is in full swing. I didn’t run into any problems with the clue words this morning as they were all immediately visible. It’s a toss up between FEMALE and WORTHY as the most difficult anagram, and I’ll let you decide in the comments section which one was more troublesome.
Moving on to the cartoon, our guest today is Greg Cravens, the creator of The Buckets. His strip isn’t printed in my local newspaper but it looks like one that I’d enjoy reading. The comic centers on a suburban family of five (two parents, two boys, and their grandfather) as well as their family pet named Dogzilla.
In today’s panel, we see young Eddie painting his masterpiece directly on a window while his mother looks on from the other side. Her mouth is covered by the curtain so we’re unable to tell if she’s looking on in shock, anger, or perhaps even smiling. Either way, Eddie, who is covered in paint, will sure have some explaining and cleanup to do!
The final solution required me to write out the clue letters for the solve. With IN and A given to us, the cryptic letter layout left the solution well hidden but not overly difficult to decipher. WINDOW came to mind and was in the letters so I went with it. FRAME was a quick jumble to figure out leaving me with the surprise answer. Have a wonderful Wednesday, and I’ll see you tomorrow! 🙂