Monday, February 12, 2007

Watch this space

Day: 1
Tucker Hours: 0

Day: 1
Tucker Hours: 10

Day: 2
Tucker Hours: 26

Day: 4
Tucker Hours: 35

Day: 5
Tucker Hours: 51

Day: 6
Tucker Hours: 59

Day: 8
Tucker Hours: 75

It's come down to this:

Executive decision: The time has come to look at the box.

Oh dear! We may still have 1000 pieces to go, but it's pretty clear that one is missing.

Day: 9
Tucker Hours: 87

Day: 10
Tucker Hours: 100


Jennifer February 14, 2007 12:47 AM  

Such a cool idea. And that is one well-organized puzzle operation. What is your estimated time to completion? Taking any bets?

And did you cut your hair? It likes a little short in that last picture of you with your girls, but it's hard to tell because it might just be blending in with your shirt.

Anita February 18, 2007 9:50 AM  

Wow. We were talking abou the puzzle last night at dinner. I had to hop on to see that YES! It is as impressive as everyone said!

Scott February 20, 2007 7:34 AM  

Well, I know you two are the masters, But I think I see the missing piece. You know I like to bet, but I won't bet on it, but I really think I see the missing piece. If, again IF I was going to bet I would put a dollar on it. Lisa knows that if I put a dollar on something I really think I'm right. But I'm not betting. I'm really not, no bet.

Jennifer February 20, 2007 7:54 AM  

To Scott: I will personally give you ten dollars and make you a sandwich if you can correctly identify the missing piece in any of these photographs.

To everyone else: You'd think it would be the money, but in fact it's the sandwich that'll have him enlarging the pictures and squinting at his monitor!

scott February 20, 2007 9:13 AM  

NO BET!!!!!!

But I really think I see it in the photo with the note....

Scott February 20, 2007 9:14 AM  

You maybe missing two pieces if I wrong.

Jennifer February 20, 2007 10:37 AM  

The one you're looking at in the photo with the note is the wrong shape for that spot.

And, since we're on the subject, that particular piece is sitting in its proper spot - we just don't have the neighboring pieces in yet. We're looking at the box now, remember?

Trust us. We're experts.

Scott February 20, 2007 11:01 AM  

Then you are missing two pieces!!!!

Dad February 22, 2007 1:58 PM  

Hmmm. Looks like Scott was wrong (about spotting the missing piece) and right (about there being two pieces missing.(

Of course I'm not squinting at my screen very hard, but that doesn't look like a dollar (or colon) sign on the cash register display.

So. Am I right? (About there being two pieces missing?)

What a beautiful job! And the best picture is of the two of you sitting behind the puzzle, looking so happy!

Jennifer February 22, 2007 2:11 PM  

Congratulations! It looks great.

I like your hair too.

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