Visual Description: Welcoming card store workers.
RPSNOE = PERSON, LESIDH = SHIELD, TNIAEV = NATIVE, GLGIEG = GIGGLE, RTLIEP = TRIPLE, ZREYEB = BREEZY — Giving us: NSEIEGGTR
Clue/Question: What the clerks offered the customers when they walked into the card store.
(Sssokay. Definitely NOT the toughest Sunday Jumble we’ve seen. It’s the fewest answer letters for a Sunday puzzle, in a long time. None of the clue words seemed *new* to me, but they were all well scrambled. I had to think some on all but “breezy” and “giggle”. The answer letters weren’t obvious in any way. The toughest thing for me today was writing the whole thing out on a sheet of paper. My delivery guy threw a single wrapped newspaper into a big puddle at the end of my driveway this morning! This is very strange because it hadn’t just started raining, it had been raining for a few hours already. My guy usually double bags on rainy days, and his aim is generally much better. So, the entire paper was soaked. But, I was able to open the section with the puzzles, and transcribe everything to a piece of printer paper. Ya see what Your Uncle Rave will go through for you guys?!?! Now, that’s what I call dedication! LOL! Be well and do good, friends.) — YUR
PS. Jeff or David: Who are Julie and Ann Marie? Wives? Daughters? — YUR
- Personalized greeting cards (moneysupermarket.com)
- How to Start a Greeting Cards Business (thinkup.waldenu.edu)
- How to Create a Business Plan for a Greeting Card/Invitation Business (thinkup.waldenu.edu)