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Puzzles, emotions revisited

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When I was younger, my grandmother introduced me to many things: Beanie Babies, hot water cornbread, and most importantly, jigsaw puzzles.

No, we did not put together just any puzzle either.

Our puzzles ranged anywhere from 1,000 to 5,000 pieces. Usually they were landscapes or pictures of beautiful flower gardens, and pretty much every piece looked the same.

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