Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Wednesday January 10, 2018

 My son helped me with the apps for some games on the tablet. I was hoping to help with my words and cognition. These puzzles are pretty darn hard. I figured I would have to play with the letters - I am out of 'hints'. I'm sure the words are there, but they aren't jumping out and biting me. Ha Ha. Losing words has become a scary proposition and it's getting worse.
 I don't remember why Jill was so mad at me yesterday, but it's the first time she has turned her back on me. (I think)
I believe she is trying to smile at me. Silly girl!

25 comments:

  1. Losing words is becoming a common occurence here as well...dang it.

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  2. I am lucky that my wife fills in my words when she senses I am struggling. When I write, I just leave spaces and generally the word I seek comes to me in a few minutes.

    I can't believe your dog could be angry with you!

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  3. I've never been good at word games so I don't even try playing them.

    Dogs sure know how to make their feelings known, don't they. Love both photos.

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  4. I have a few word apps. And it’s usually a first sign of a fibre flare when I can’t get the words out
    The are good for keeping the mind active
    Especially when the body just isn’t co operative and can’t be active
    Keep hitting the shuffle button they eventually jump out at you

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  5. Sigh on the missing word front. They are disappearing here too.
    Love that huffy back. You really are in no doubt about what they are feeling.

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  6. You got me hooked on that puzzle. I'm not surprised the words didn't leap out at you --- if you want some hints, please ask.

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    1. I got them! It just takes me a while. :-)

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  7. I saw hectic going down, don't know about across

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  8. Cindy does a lot of those word games also, she loves them. I used to be really good at spelling but I have noticed that I stumble on a lot of words lately. Jill turning her back could have been for anything if she is like our Dixie, at least she turned back around and gave you a smile, that is a good sign.

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  9. Cognitive games is always a good idea.

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  10. Happy you figured out all the words. Same word problem here...I hope I'll remember two...my first name and Forsythia...there was a huge, overgrown bush on the farm where I grew up.

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  11. Perhaps Jill is feeling lonely now that you have all these new things taking up time? One more word: chit.

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  12. Except there isn't a line for chit :(

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  13. How about hectic? I do a lot of word puzzles and you should hear me when I can't get one right ... or perhaps not.

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  14. Jill has a lovely smile;)
    Hope you've had an enjoyable day, Sharon.

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  15. Aw...Jill is so funny. I have had Dakota turn his head to ignore me. Our furbabes are so silly aren't they?

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  16. Seems to me you are doing pretty well with that word game.

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    1. :-) sometimes it takes quite awhile, I wouldn't be able to play a 'timed' game.

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  17. I should be playing word games but instead I am addicted to Spider Solitaire. My sister got me on to that one.

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  18. Hope the sun is shining and you're enjoying the weekend:)

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  19. Hello from Alberta, Canada ... and thanks for visiting, friend Sharon and sweet Jill ... Feel free to visit me again and also my travel blog if you like: http://ckpeacemaker.wordpress.com/ ... Love. cat.

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  20. Oh Jill, you are such a sweetheart. Oh, I love word games. That looks like fun!

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  21. In long days of summer vacations me and my son love to do puzzles. Great exercise for brain indeed.

    Jill looks calm and happy now!

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