Jumble Answers for 06/25/2021








36 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 06/25/2021

  1. Good Morning, Everyone. 🏥 LOOKING WELL HEALED? 🏥

    🎶 On this ROAD TO RECOVERY..🎶… “Road to Recovery” – Eric Roberson 2020 https://tinyurl.com/wkdkdcj8

    🏥 The Hospital held a meeting, with the city’s zoning board,
    They with the ELDER Doctor on the staff were in accord…
    Repairs were definitely needed, and the street was a good start,
    ‘Cause now it looked like roadkill on a CANVAS of bad art…
    The paperwork completed…but some errors then were seen,
    Instead of Borough, BURRO was the word that they had gleaned…
    But no need to be ORNERY, despite the new discovery
    Corrections made and we see them now on…ROAD TO RECOVERY…🏥

    Makes sense, right? If there’s one place that needs to look WELL, BEING vital to the community, it’s Hospital grounds. You know, presentation and all…ICU…and you’re looking shabby, and all that? Broken pavement? Definitely a BONE of contention…

    So..Today’s words? Etched in cement. And it hasn’t been all that long since we’ve seen them all ETHER…And the Early Birds did quite WELL with them…The solve? They did even BETTER! Because with today’s dialogue? We have all the CONCRETE evidence we need!

    Finding ourselves outside a Hospital’s grounds this morning, we see three members of a road crew busily at work RE-paving a new ROAD, while the head Doctor discusses its progress with a representative from the city’s zoning board. And he SECONDs the doctor’s OPINION that the work so far is “looking BETTER”, and will soon be as “GOOD AS NEW”… No matter of CEMENTICS here Folks, it’s just the words one wants to hear when it comes to a Hospital. That they’re on the ROAD TO RECOVERY! Just what the Doctor ordered!

    So, There you have it Folks, Done. Have a good one. Be WELL, stay safe…and here’s hoping all roads lead to…home! 🚜🙋🏻‍♀️

  2. 🤷🏻‍♂️ Trying to clean up after the storm, he felt the ELDER member, hoarding all the CANVAS coverings, was being as stubborn and ORNERY as a BURRO, and would be no help on the ROAD TO RECOVERY….🤷🏻‍♂️

    💰The painting on the CANVAS was of people of the town,
    It showed who was the ELDER man, wearing a sort of crown,
    Word was that he was ORNERY, that might explain the scene,
    They had him on a BURRO…his expression looking mean…
    Said to be worth a fortune, the heirs thrilled with the discovery…
    They needed cash, and with its sale? Perhaps ROAD TO RECOVERY! 💰

  3. Good morning. No problem again today with either the words or cartoon answer. It wasn’t a blind solve but once I put the letters down the answer came right away. Enjoyed how you got those words all in that made sense Angela. It wasn’t easy to do. Until tomorrow stay well and stay safe.

    • Good Morning, Paul. Tks…I did wonder how I’d finagle Burro into a Hospital setting! And Kudos on the solve! Hoping you’re staying well and safe too, Paul Have a good one…🚜🙋🏻‍♀️

  4. Reminds me of Hope/Crosby movies… Road to Rio, Road to Morroco, Road to Bali, et. al. Angela, I’m sure you’ll find a great Jimmy Van Heusen song for today’s puzzle (he composed songs for those movies)

    Easy Friday solve… that ROAD was staring us in the face… just waiting to be solved !!

    • Good Morning, Terry. I figured I’d go verbatim with today’s solve…although I do like your way of thinking. I’ll take a look for you…And yes, definitely an easy one…there was no blocking that ROAD today…🚜🙋🏻‍♀️

  5. Tough one for Friday. ORNERY messed me up and the solution was not there.
    Many times I feel incompetent playing the J. Oh well.
    Still not bad in SoCal temperature rising over the next 7 days. Dodgers losing yet again today, dang!
    Hope y’all are having fun……………………………………………

    • The words become easier to recognize over time, Mig. ORNERY would often get me. LAGEE would too.
      I hope your schedules aligned for today. You sounded very excited and I was happy for you.
      It doesn’t sound like you’ll be tripping on raindrops.
      Adieu, cockatoo!

  6. Burro w its multiple R’s gave me reason to pause,but the other anagrams were a quick solve,even ornery.The newly paved road,and route to the hospital, led to a quick “road to recovery” solution.A surprisingly easy Friday puzzle.

    • Good Morning, Professor. Agreed…an easy path to the finish today! It was definitely all laid out for us! 🚜🙋🏻‍♀️

  7. Not exactly a tortuous path today, nor a long and winding road. A direct route, straight from A to B.

      • Thank you Angela. I hope your day is a good one too. My itchy feet are desperate to start travelling again, on the road to somewhere, but quarantine restrictions are strict in many countries, including my native UK, which is usually my jumping off point to continental Europe. However, no complaints really, Canada is ok.

        • YVW, Helen. And thank you, my day’s going well. And I know how you feel. Let’s hope we all stay on the right path, and that things just get better. Enjoy your day, Helen. Be well. 💰🙋🏻‍♀️

  8. Easily done inside of a few minutes. Love the answer.
    Now, let us all recover from this insane virus and pray for those who have not and those affected by their lost.
    The road to recovery may be a long winding road!

    • Yes, very easily done today… And hopefully, the worst is behind us, Christian. Have a good day, and stay well. 🚜🙋🏻‍♀️

  9. I wasn’t feeling some of these words today! And I didn’t have the time right then. So I set the paper down, came back later, and immediately started filling them in! Now, tell me, how does that happen? 🤔 This has happened to me more times than I can remember! Having an off day, setting the puzzle down, then coming back and filling in the blanks! It’s just a weird phenomenon, that I thought I would share! And maybe to see if anyone else out there has experienced that too! Have a great weekend, all! 😙

    • Sometimes it just needs that second look, Kimberly. Any means to the end. Wishing you a good weekend too! Be well. 💰🙋🏻‍♀️

    • I can totally relate to your experience, Kimberley. Usually it happens to me on a Sunday trying to figure out the cartoon answer. Sometimes I just keep the paper on the counter and revisit it several times a day – one day it took me until four o’clock but I finally got the answer. Patience, persistence and practice are the keys, so keep up the good work.

  10. For some reason I had a slight pause at burro but once I got that one, the rest fell into place nicely. Hope all of you have a good day.

  11. It was all easy today. Since the words fit together, I tried for the shortest sentence I could imagine.:

  12. Hi all – Got ELDER and CANVAS right off. Then BURRO took a couple of looks to convince myself that the spelling was correct. Tried a few words with ER as a suffix before spotting ORNERY which has been here before.
    ROAD was obvious, and the hospital reference gave RECOVERY.

    Good wishes to everyone.

    Loved the use of ETHER and CEMENTICS Angela, and the Mediocre Minds strike again by adding “stubborn” in our sentences!

    “The city council wanted to try a few new things to get the town’s economy back on the ROAD TO RECOVERY, but a quick CANVAS of the precinct’s ELDER voting population showed that nearly every one was as ORNERY and stubborn as a BURRO.”

    • LOL! Yes, struck once more. And the way things are going, it’s not just the elders that are hard pressed…Nice slant though! 😉 And Tks…you wouldn’t believe the hard time I had getting CEMENTICS to go through…I ended up turning off my auto-correct! 🤷🏻‍♀️Have a good one, Steve. Enjoy! 🚜🙋🏻‍♀️

  13. once again the “TO” was left out of the answer?? It would help if the “to, the, etc” were on the Jumble.

    • Hi Elizabeth. As I mentioned last time, the wording of the puzzles are none of our doing. We just do commentary here. You need to contact whatever source you’re using to do the puzzle, and speak with them if you find that the connecting word is missing. Sorry we can’t be of help. 🙋🏻‍♀️

    • If you’re doing the puzzle online, the sentence with the already-provided words (like “TO”) is in a gray rectangle below the cartoon and above the answer letter circles. I hadn’t noticed that before either until Angela pointed it out to me.

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