When you're like me and you chose to take French classes as your required foreign language in high school and college; and you're like me and your mouth butchered the language hardcore, you might make puzzles like the one above. Just imagine what kind of puzzles I would have made had I chosen Mandarin. Anyway, it's as good a time as any to (re)post the album "Pardon My French" by, um, a band with a not-so-nice-name above. Consider it a solve-along soundtrack.
A couple of you have asked me if I make children's puzzles. And yes, I have made the odd one now and then. But I think what the couple of you were asking about/hoping for is something that my man Eric Berlin is recently launching. Puzzle Your Kids will be a two-puzzle a week venture for kids ages 9 and older, mailed directly to you or a kid you love. These are high-quality handmade puzzles by Eric, who's written a couple two three puzzle books for kids already. This is a fantastic business and I'd really like to see this thing get launched. Just think, it'll be choogling along, a mini-empire when Tabitha turns 9. Let's make this thing a reality. One day into his latest Kickstarter, he's almost 30% of the way there. I've backed it, and I'm hoping that a handful of you will too.
Share the puzzle. New one on Monday.