Jumble Answers for 02/18/2019









Jumble Answers for 02/17/2019









Good Morning, Everyone!                👗  FASHION (NON) SENSE 👗

🎶 Well every time I turn around, you’re standin’ at my door, I’d like to ask you over but you ain’t my gal no more…You’re gonna WEAR OUT YOUR WELCOME treatin’ me like you do…Why don’t you leave me alone…’Cause you and I are through…🎶 “Wear Out Your Welcome” – Wayne Hancock 2016  https://tinyurl.com/y4eqgtw8

👗 The attitudes of models, these women food deprived,
May sometimes come off hinky, may seem a bit contrived…
The pressure to stay rail thin, success is not illGOTTEN,
The sleep CURFEW, the air-blown SMOOCH…the men a lot besotten’
The critics love to CACKLE, like nails on a chalkboard…
The media may criticize, yet still the girls adored…
They BROKER for these coveted spots, and then when they are chosen,
You’d think the most important thing would be just do the posin’…
But sometimes one may WALLOW in the thought that they’re the best..
And feel that personal fashion sense puts them above the rest.
So when an ego rears its head…and diva one becomes,
I guess a model easily may WEAR OUT HER WELCOME...👗

WEAR have I seen WALLOW before? On the Just Jumble App I supPOSE, because it’s not showing up in the Archives. But all our other words are, with CACKLE going back as far as 2016, and SMOOCH being PLANTED this past July. And while we’re FACED with masterful anagrams this morning, the word that PUT ON the most pressure?  CURFEW. It had it’s LIMITS…

Today our cartoon brings us onto the set of a FASHION SHOOT. We see the CLOTHING STYLIST, the PHOTOGRAPHER, the DESIGNER and finally our girl of (…those who get paid very well by…) the HOUR, our MODEL. Being shown the dress chosen for her to WEAR, we hear her having a bit of a FIT, and refusing to do so. With her attitude WEARing THIN on the nerves of both the Photographer and the Designer, we learn that this Designer won’t STAND for behavior of this FASHION, and it’s resulting in our MODEL being told to WALK. She managed to…WEAR OUT HER WELCOME. News FLASH…David’s done it again! Good JOB David!

Ok, eye candy. Without much detail displayed in the panel today, I didn’t need to RACK my brains out looking for eye candy. There’s the DRESSES, the photographers’ CAMERA, and the two adjustable light stands in the background. I don’t know…I supPOSE I’m being just a little too CLOTHES-minded, but I think it FITTING that I take a pass and WALK today…So, There you have it Folks, Done! Have a great day, Everyone! Hope it’s PICTURE perfect…👗🙋🏻

PS: 3:30 and still no colored puzzle to be seen…and I’m WORN out waiting! I’ll fill you in on the colors later..🎨

Later: COLOR COMMENTARY: The panel, a soft very pale BURCH…The dresses, all on red hangers: The one the model deKLIEINs: A medium blue, spaghetti strapped affair, with a deeply jagged hemline. (L-R)…A green one-shouldered number, with a pleated, I QUANT to say…tulip-like draping? A black top, red bottomed boxy piece, with a large red bow at the neckline, and lastly, a two-toned purple number, with a lighter shaded spiked neckline, matching an ornately shaped petalled bottom. The dress is fitted until the waist, and then spreads out FORD effect, into a ballooned LAUREN. ( Why? KORS I was going for “lower end”. Hmm…Not so much? Oh well, I took a shot)! The Model: Black halter top, with skinny white jeans and black spike-heeled CHOOS. The stylist: Teal T-shirt, tan pants. The photographer: Black tee, with jeans, (maybe WANGler’s), the camera he’s KARAN, gray with an olive green strap. And our designer: A mauve tunic, WORN with a black beaded necklace. Sans earrings…SAND MAN...😴💤😴

Jumble Answers for 02/16/2019







Good Morning, Everyone!                 ✈️ ERROR PLANE? ✈️

🎶 Why won’t you watch that CABIN PRESSURE like you said?…You’re flying low, you’re flying low…Now please be seated with your safety seat belts on…You’re flying low, you’re flying low…That’s really not a secret anymore, and it can save us all…You’re flying low, you’re …flying low 🎶 “Cabin Pressure” – Ted Glen Extended 2012 http://tinyurl.com/y3bcnkry

✈️ Remember in the old days when flying could be fun?
When seats were so more spacious and through airports we could run?
When delays were much less common, no SCORCH sitting on a plane…
And we’d SEIZE upon the chance to wait for passengers that came?
But today things are just all BRAND new…restrictions steady mount,
And all the regulations are like PLAQUE…I just lose count…
So on top of all the Airline’s bull, some passengers like these?
Who make things all more difficult and need to be appeased?
You’d think with all the body checks akin to search for treasure…
Something could regulate us all from suffering CABIN PRESSURE.✈️

I couldn’t find PLAQUE in the Archives this morning, although once again, I feel as if we’ve seen it before. Plaque, a homograph, was always a word that intrigued me somewhat…such polar opposite definitions. I like plaques, commemorating achievements and all…but then there’s plaque…and well…Uh, let’s not go there, especially since most of you are probably enjoying your breakfast…Anyway, it nailed a few of the Early Birds to the wall this morning, and SCORCH also BURNT a few TAIL feathers…SCORCH, seen by 5 of the 11 Birds to be Chorus, also comes in as our most recently SCHEDULED word. We last saw it on June 17th, ’18, as CROCHS, while BRAND hasn’t appeared since 2016, when David offered us NARDB, which I think was a more difficult scramble than today’s. All total, I’ve found today’s words to have been used 7 times since 2015, and not once has any of the anagrams been the same. Good work, David…LETTER perfect!

Ok…Our cartoon. We’re sitting in a PLANE, seeing a group of FLIGHT ATTENDANTS, dressed in blue short sleeve shirts, black vests and white ties,  experiencing a HIGH LEVEL of frustration. One passenger, whom I’m calling HELI COPTER, HELL for short, with the smarmy look of a BOEING constrictor, is causing the staff a good amount of STRESS. He not only caused a FLIGHT DELAY with his LATE ARRIVAL, but he’s being rude, especially with the NON-STOP use of his phone. We see the attendants, yellow Oxygen Masks in hand, looking as if they really need to take a deep BREATH to keep from CHOKING this guy! With his cushy neck pillow, drink in hand, and his phone still turned on, he’s the quintessential definition of a TERMINAL CONTROL freak! And he’s really upset the staff. What we’re seeing hAIR is a seriously bad case of CABIN PRESSURE!…And once again, David’s LANDED a good one! David, I’m in YAW of you!

Ok, eye candy…What I want to mention FIRST, CLASS, is that the dialogue of the female attendant at back refers to “them“. And even though we see a woman sitting in front of HELL, she doesn’t seem to be causing any TURBULENCE. I mean she looks a little BOARDFLIGHTy almost, but I don’t think she’s adding to the problem. It seems to be all him. And there’s another female passenger at right, looking on surprised at the SEATuation. Anyway…Three little things have caught my eye…One, you can actually see two ice cubes floating in our protagonists’s drink… a ROCKY little deTAIL. Kudos, Jeff. Two, our female attendant at back is the only one wearing a WING pin…and lastly, if you look real closely, behind the head of the attendant conFRONTing Hell, you can see a finger EXTENDed UPWARD, turning on the OVERHEAD light. There’s no body or arm seen, but it sure was the BRIGHT SPOT for me! So, There you have it, Folks, Done! Have a great day, Everyone…And I hope you enjoyed the IN-FLIGHT Show! ✈️🙋🏻

Jumble Answers for 02/10/2019









Good Morning, Everyone!         🙌🏻 FROM HERE TO ….EXTREMITY 👣

🎶 Papa told Willie “You’ll ruin my home…you and that HAND jive has got to go”…Willie said “Papa, don’t put me down…Been doin’ that HAND jive all over town”…HAND jive, HAND jive…HAND jive, doin’ that crazy HAND jive…🎶 “Hand Jive” – Johnny Otis 1958    https://tinyurl.com/y6ash7zb

🎶 Get on your FEET…Get up and make it happen…Get on your FEET…Stand up and take some action…🎶 “Get On Your Feet” – Gloria Estafan 1989 https://tinyurl.com/yxk5brao

🙌🏻 I realize men don’t hardly care ’bout gloves matching the shoes…
But women like the IMPACT that comes from different hues.
To FLAUNT the shades from WOODSY-green to WEASEL-tones of brown…
There’s nothing ORNERY about accessories we’ve found…
DETACH ourselves from leather, suede? It’s definitely too off-put
This store would be just perfect to be WAITED ON HAND AND FOOT👣

Of our six words today, five are Repeat-Repeats. Although DETACH is showing for just the 3rd time, we have WEASEL, coming in with its’ 5th appearance, FLAUNT its’ 7th, IMPACT, its’ 9th, and ORNERY its’ 10th. IMPACT dates back to August 12th, 2014, while FLAUNT was last seen on August 26th, 2018, making them are oldest and most recent entries. WOODSY, is making its debut, while ORNERY was voted just that…ORNERY!...It came in as the one that took the longest to unscramble…

Today’s cartoon brings us inside a store with a novel idea. FITTINGly, I’m calling it “From Here to Extremity”. We see six Jumble characters, three customers and three sales personnel, and Jeff’s FIT them into the panel quite well. At left we see a man needing new work GLOVES, and the salesman is ready to HAND them right over. At right, a woman looking for MITTENS, is agreeing with the young salesgirl that they do “fit her like a GLOVE“. And at front, we find a woman being FITted for BOOTS, with the salesman sitting at her FEET, offering up HANDS on attention. You gotta HAND it to them…the service here is very personalized, and customers are WAITED ON with that special TOUCH. You can see that they’re made to feel as if they’re the SOLE customer in the store. So between the dialogue and the leading nature of our question…the solution is right at HAND…The customers were..WAITED ON HAND AND FOOT! Good one, David..You deserve a HAND! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

Ok, eye candy, and today Jeff’s given us quite A HANDful!…Our panel is colored with a more true to life feel. The backdrop SOLEly is shaded in beige, but all of our characters and a good number of the accessories are shown in vibrant color. The three salespeople are dressed uniformly in white short-sleeved polo shirts with beige pants. They each sport a name tag, but no names are visible. Starting left, we see two pairs of brown gloves hanging on the wall, one fleeced lined. Our bearded and mustachioed workman, dressed in a red plaid flannel shirt and a matching cap, is holding his old GLOVES in his right HAND, while the salesman is seen POINTing to a display showing four different new styles. The salesgirl at right, sporting a pony tail, is FITTING her customer with light green MITTENS, contrasting perfectly with the woman’s green woolen coat, with its white scarfed collar. On the showcase next to them, we see a pair of patterned MITTENS, with fleece cuffs. And our female customer at front, being WAITED ON by the mustachioed SHOE salesman, is dressed in a purple top and black jeans, and is having the laces tied on purple BOOTS that suit her outFIT perfectly. Behind the man we see a two-tiered display, with a patterned SNEAKER, a two-toned laced short BOOT, and a patterned SLIP-ON. But the eye candy? Easy to put my FINGER on..Next to the display of work GLOVES,  if you look real closely, you’ll see a fisted GLOVED HAND, either gripping a rolled up piece of paper or sitting on a GLOVE stand of some sort.  BEFITTING, I suppose, but I’m not getting a definite READ into it…So, There you have it, Folks, Done. Have a great day, Everyone…And I hope nothing comes along today that you can’t HANDle! 👏🏻👣🙋🏻

Jumble Answers for 02/09/2019






NA   U   HG   SP   =   HANG – UPS 

Good Morning, Everyone!              📞 PHONE…BEMOAM 📞

🎶 DON’T HANG UP (No No)..Oh don’t you do it now, DON’T HANG UP...(No No)...DON’T HANG UP like you always do, I know you think our love is true…I’ll explain the facts to you, just DON’T HANG UP...🎶 “Don’t Hang Up” – The Orlons 1962     https://tinyurl.com/yyclrygj

📞 You have to have a certain KNACK to work a job like this,
It’s not a PLUMB position…rejection more than bliss.
The reputation’s SHAGGY, most people not too keen,
On being interrupted…that’s why we all call screen.
Four Telemarketers sitting, a SEPTUM does divide,
But two of them are more interested in who they sit beside…
Afraid of shadows, painfully shy…this guy’s in a real slump
Aggression’s not his selling point…he’s just full of HANG-UPS…📞

I didn’t expect to find SEPTUM in the Jumble LISTINGS, and it was a good CALL…since it’s making its’ debut today. As for our other words, they’re truly old favorites, with PLUMB from 2015, SHAGGY from 2016, and KNACK 2017. But it was SEPTUM that DIVIDED the Early Birds this morning…SEPTUM stumped ’em! …

Finding ourselves at a TELEMARKETING CALL CENTER, we’re LISTENING in on today’s cartoon dialogue. We overHEAR two co-workers, COLIN TODAY, and MAYA SPEAKWITH, discussing the shortcomings of a third. A fourth worker, I.M.BORED, can be seen beyond them, off to the right. The gossip has it that our main character, NOAH VALE, isn’t doing so well emotionally, hasn’t made a SALE, and is plagued with a growing LIST of “issues”. CENTERing in on Noah, we see him with a look of anxious desperation, and a single bead of sweat falling from his brow. We can hear him on the phone, saying that he used to be very shy, and that he’s afraid of shadows. His phone technique isn’t exactly a SELLing point. And we can tell from his dialogue that once again, he’s been HUNG UP on…So in answer to our question…What tells us that our guy has “emotional issues”? He had a lot of…HANG-UPS! Good CALL, David! Good CALL!

Ok, eye candy…The panel, shaded in beige, has black pattern showing on the cubicles. All three of our men are wearing white short-sleeved dress shirts. Colin, mustachioed and sporting a goatee, has on a red striped tie, while I.M. and Noah wear black ones. Maya has a teal headband to match her blouse. I.M. is playing with a Rubik’s cube, where we see some red, yellow, green and blue, and all four workers are wearing head sets. But if I had to MONITOR the panel and pick the HI-LITE? It has to be the LIST of seven names on Noah’s gray SCREEN, all showing X’s. They read: Carlucci, Hoyt, Kent, King, Knurek, Morgan, and Shortz…Names somewhere between SEVEN and SELL. So, There you have it, Folks, Done! Have a great day, Everyone! And keep in mind…We all have HANG UPS...we just have to be careful enough not to get ROPED into things…📞🙋🏻

Jumble Answer for 02/08/2019







Good Morning, Everyone!                  🚗 GET A GRIP 🚗

🎶 It’s hard enough, I know…to find the strength to GO, back to where it all began…It’s hard to enough to GAIN, any TRACTION in the rain…You know it’s hard for me to understand…🎶 “Traction In The Rain” – David Crosby 1971 https://tinyurl.com/ydh6zx38

🚗 I really never gave much thought to tires and inflating,
They’re there, they’re round, as always…they’re ready and they’re waiting…
It’s not a question of INEPT, it’s just taken for granted,
Like if you eat a HOAGIE, sure it’s good…but not enchanted.
Or take the THORAX that acts like a CABIN for our chests,
We know it’s there, but we don’t celebrate it with a fest…
Pneumatic this, vulcanization…words to me distraction,
But with inflated tires, things turned ’round so to GAIN TRACTION🚗

With today’s words, the 5’s have it. INEPT, making its’ 8th appearance, was last seen on June 5th,’18 as PINTE, and dates back to March 2015, while CABIN last seen here on October 26th,’17, as ANBIC, goes back to 2014. I couldn’t find our two 6-letter words in the files, although any of you who are familiar with the Just Jumble App, knows we’ve seen THORAX. But HOAGIE? I can tell you this much…Almost all of the Early Bird Jumblers agreed that they BIT off more than they could CHEW with HOAGIE… It stumped 7 of the 11. It’s an exceptionally well done anagram.

Today’s cartoon brings us to what appears to be an outdoor garage, where we see a mechanic kneeling, adjusting the new “INFLATABLE TIRES” on a car. I’m going to go out on a RIM here, and take a guess that the time is circa early 1900’s. I could be wrong, but since it’s pretty well known that I’m not all that great at Math, I’m just ROLLING the dice. I tried doing some research on TIRES, but I came up a little FLAT. John Boyd Dunlop, Robert Thomson, Charles Goodyear...With so many names being ROLLED around, it was just too much PRESSURE, and to be honest, it WORE me OUT…So I just quit, because not only was I TIREd, I started to feel like I was losing my GRIP tooBut if anyone out there is interested in the History, feel free to go right aTREAD and look it up…Speaking with our mechanic, we see a well-dressed gentleman, trying to WRENCH some information from him regarding the new “rage“. The mechanic is seen telling him that these NEW TIRES are “CATCHING ON“. And voilà! The NUTS and BOLTS of our answer…After the new TIRES were introduced, it didn’t take long for them to…GAIN TRACTION! Good one, David! GRIPPING!

Ok, eye candy. The entire panel is shaded blue, with everything CAR-related drawn in black: The CAR being DRIVEN off in the background, leaving a stream of exhaust, the 3 wheels lying on the ground, the CAR being worked on, and the TIRE lying next to our mechanic. He’s dressed in a dark Beige PULL OVER with Black pants. But what AUTOmatically caught my eye? The HANDLE BARred-mustachioed Dandy speaking to him. The man is definitely a MODEL of sartorial splendor. Dressed in a Double-Breasted Navy suit, with a Black top hat, one can see he’s a man DRIVEN to excellence. And the pièce de ré·sis·tance? Those stylish two-toned shoes. Beige and Brown…they compliment his TREADS perfectly!…So, There you have it, Folks…Done! Have a great day, Everyone…And I’ll leave you with a little TIRE humor…You used to be able to FILL your TIRES with AIR for a quarter…Now it’s usually more than a dollar…I guess that’s INFLATION for you! 🚗🙋🏻

Jumble Answers for 02/06/2019









Happy Wednesday, Jumble geniuses! Our midweek puzzle began with all of our anagrams listed in alphabetical order. They’ve all been used before, but the anagrams themselves were brand new. The first three posed no challenge while the fourth one gave me some slight hesitation. I immediately tried making words using the ING suffix that I noticed in the layout but nothing seemed to work. A quick shuffling of the letters allowed ORIGIN to pop into view so it’s my pick for the most difficult anagram of the day. Our oldest word this morning was shift and it was last used on 8/4/17. Our most recent repeat was GLOOMY with a gameplay date of 8/21/18.

Moving along to the cartoon, the first thing that I noticed was that every bit of the available space within the panel was utilized. The cartoon sentence informs us that a couple has come to this office to purchase their dream home and they’re looking at a layout of lots that are currently available for sale. Sitting behind the desk is an older woman who is presumably the sales person for the subdivision. The logo on the front of the desk identifies the name of the subdivision as Sunset City but doesn’t offer any clues as to where they’re located.

The male half can be seen perusing the map for the perfect spot and he seems to be interested in a lot near the golf course. The sales woman is quick to point out that there’s still land available near the pool so perhaps the couple will have talk it over before making a final decision. If I was in their position, I would definitely choose the golf course lot because it’s probably much quieter there during the day. Decisions decisions!!!

The final solve was anagram consisting of 11-letters which is three more than yesterday’s. I noticed FLOOR at the rear of the layout but the remaining letters didn’t make any useable words. Starting over, I remembered that the female in the cartoon stated that there were “so many amenities”. Another reading of the sentence made LOTS TO OFFER click almost immediately which resulted in a very punny finish. Have a wonderful Wednesday, and I’ll see you right back here tomorrow!


Jumble Answers for 02/04/2019









Happy Monday, everyone! Our Jumble sleuthing duties began with four clue words that were old friends. They all came into view at first glance making for an easy start to the week. The anagram for HIGHER was, in my opinion, the most cryptic of the bunch so it’s my pick for the hardest word for today. The layout of BUSHY was the same anagram we saw when it was last used on 9/21/16. A quick search of the archives revealed that TRUSTY was the oldest word of the day with a gameplay date of 10/16/14.

Today’s cartoon was a scene that has played out numerous times in the past and was most likely instantly recognizable to regular players of the game. In the foreground we see three Jumble characters that provide today’s dialogue while in the background we see two shadowy figures taking flight in a primitive looking airplane.

If the visual clues didn’t provide enough information for you to figure out what you were looking at, the cartoon sentence provided two additional ones. America and aviation industry were the key words this morning which should have brought the Wright Brothers to mind.

I was surprised to see that the airplane was piloted by both brothers at the same time as I always thought that they had flown alone. A quick search revealed that Orville and Wilbur had promised their father, who feared losing both sons in an airplane accident, that they would never fly together. The father made a single exception, however, on May 25, 1910, and allowed the brothers to share a six-minute flight near Dayton with Orville piloting and Wilbur the passenger. After landing, Orville took his 82-year-old father on his first and only flight. As Orville gained elevation, his excited father cried out, “Higher, Orville, higher!”

The final solve was a 13-letter anagram that wasn’t overly challenging. BROTHERS was easy to spot leaving RIGHT to be found in the remaining letters. It was another easy start to the week so I’ll enjoy my win for the day and look forward to the challenges ahead. Have a marvelous Monday, and I’ll see you right back here tomorrow for more Jumble fun!

Jumble Answers for 02/03/2019








AI   DCE   GA   NY   AS   PSH   =       EACH PASSING DAY

God Morning, Everyone!          🏈 DAY BY DAY….PLAY BY PLAY....🏈

Super Bowl Sunday! …And we’ve got ourselves a FOOTBALL Themed Puzzle!

I’ll be back….OK. Made 8 o’clock Mass and RAN BACK to  TACKLE today’s puzzle…

🎶 I find that DAY by DAY, you’re making all my dreams come true..
So come what may, I want you to know…I’m yours alone, and I’m in love to this DAY…As we go through the years…DAY by DAY…🎶 “Day By Day” – Frank Sinatra 1946  https://tinyurl.com/yag2g8vc

🏈 It’s hard to remain PLACID if you’re a Football fan,
Today’s the day we party across our entire land.
Large screen TV’s, and every single phone and/or DEVICE,
Is tuned into the Super Bowl…it’s Footballs’ greatest vice.
We root with ABSURD passion, whether our team’s there or not
We bet on every single thing…for everything a pot…
Commercials make debuts and SPLASH our consciousness with thought,
The money involved mind-boggling…but still the slots are bought.
But if we’re seeing Jared Goff, there’s something quite amiss…
Sean McVay has the GOATEE, but the body? What is this?
The man is lean, and quite handsome, so I must NOTIFY
You guys out there…can I be wrong and 16’s not our guy?
The bottom line, a Quarterback is who is on display…
And he, we know aims going longer with EACH PASSING DAY🏈

Two of today’s words called for a second PASS: DEVICE and GOATEE…but upon COMPLETION…all the Early Birds SCORED well…

Today we’re out on a FOOTBALL Field. We see a man who kind of resembles Bill Belichick, the Coach of the New England Patriots, who are playing in today’s Super Bowl, being interviewed by a female Reporter. She’s asking about the QUARTERBACK and the “Big Game“. But then we see the Quarterback, who’s wearing #16, and PASSING the pigskin… JARED GOFF, the Quarterback for the Los Angeles Rams, who are also playing today, wears #16. And those are LA Ram emblems showing on the jerseys…So..maybe the woman’s interviewing Stan Kroenke, the owner of the Rams, and it’s Sean McVay we see saying “Nice throw” to Goff? A little confusing, no? Is it just me? Am I the only one out here in the END ZONE with thisWell, whatever…We still can see our way DOWNFIELD to get to our solution…The Quarterback’s performance improved with…EACH PASSING DAY! Good one, David…You’ve SCORED once again!

Eye candy…There’s a 513 on the Football that’s waiting to be PASSED next to Goff. But what’s it stand for? Total SEASON POINTS for the Rams?  No, that was 527. Goff’s Total Season PASSING YARDS? No, wasn’t that 483? I just don’t know…So I’m WIDE OPEN to suggestion…And I’m PICKING the Football, but I need an ASSIST…So, There you have it, Folks, Done! Have a great Super Bowl Sunday, Everyone! And PASS those Hot Wings! 🏈🙋🏻

Jumble Answers for 02/02/2019







Good Morning, Everyone!                       🌿 OH, DEER! 🌿

🎶 The stars come out, lighting a deep blue sky…When MOTHER NATURE sings her lullaby…The moon bends low, kissing each rose goodnight…When MOTHER NATURE sings her lullaby…🎶 “When Mother Nature Sings Her Lullaby” – Bing Crosby 1939     https://tinyurl.com/y8359vva

🐿 It’s said that Mothers always know the how, the what, the where…
And it would stand to reason that the same applies to Deers,
A WEALTH of care and concern and nothing to MISUSE,
A Mother Deer gives birth and then protects from all abuse…
We see her by this tree TRUNK with FAVOR towards her fawn,
With Father and son watching the two Deer upon the lawn…
The scene just so bucolic, the perfect portraiture,
We’re seeing what comes naturally, and it’s MOTHER NATURE 🐿

After having both 6-letter words being new yesterday, today all 4 of our words are Sweet Repeats. FAVOR is our oldest, having last been seen on December 28th, ’17, while MISUSE last appeared on October 21st, ’18. And it was the only one of the 4 that caused a pause…Surmise was surmised…

Finding ourselves outdoors this morning gave me a bit of a chuckle, considering the cold gripping most of the country, and the fact that it’s Groundhog Day. But it’s a welcome respite. We see a 🎶Doe, a Deer a female Deer…🎶, having just given BIRTH and she’s understandably FAWNing over her child. And according to NATURE’S schedule, the month must be May or June. Seeing the pair of DEER looking so happy together, and overhearing the dialogue between the Father and the Son whom are watching from the winDOE, …”She just DOEs”…our question is easily answered…We see that Animal Instincts kicked in and the DEER was in the clear, because of her MOTHER NATURE! Good one, David…we all FAWN over you…

Ok, eye candy…It’s an aDOEable image, but FOREST I can tell, there’s nothing really LEAPING off the page. I’m FAWNed of the whole cartoon, but I really have no iDEER what would constitute candy. There’s not much DEER that’s hidden. The Father and Son looking on from behind a Blue-shaded window pane, Green grass, carpeting the panel…A Brown Squirrel on the tree, a Gray Rabbit, with a WHITE TAIL…just NATURal woodland creatures...So, I’ll just pass the BUCK today, and not upset the NATURE of things…Well, There you have it Folks, Done! Have a great day, Everyone. And I’ll leave you with a classic movie line…”Frankly my DEER, I don’t give a damn”…That Rhett sure gave Scarlet a good dose of her own VENISON! 🐿🙋🏻