Archive for June 27th, 2022

Cryptoquote Solved – 06/27/22

Richelle E. Goodrich (regoodrich) - Profile | Pinterest

The best fathers have the softest, sweetest hearts.  In other words, great dads are real marshmallows.   —   Richelle E. Goodrich

(I wonder what color of dads are in a box of Lucky Charms then?!?!  Remember when they first came out, in the 1960s?  I think there were maybe four colored shapes of marshmallows.  From today’s commercials for them I think they must be up to a dozen, or more.  Pretty ridiculous.  Is there actually ANY cereal in the box anymore, or is it all marshmallows???  I can proudly say that I have never eaten Lucky Charms in my entire life.  You know, I’m SO glad that they included the middle initial – E. – with today’s author’s name.  I wouldn’t want to confuse her with all the other Richelle Goodrichs out there!  This is our first quote from the author of “Smile Anyway”, which has always been my philosophy.  So we welcome Ms. Richelle E. Goodrich to the Cryptoquote Club today!  Gotta love a pretty redhead!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Jumble Solved – 06/27/22

How to identify common breeds of dairy cattle - Farm and Dairy

Visual Description:  Meadow muffin myths.


Clue/Question:  The story the cow as telling was a – – –

Breeds of Dairy Cows | Dairy cow breeds, Dairy cattle, Cattle farming


(Young calves are so bull-ible!  But I guess it’s just like how any child can be taught to believe in something, when it comes from a trusted, loving parent!  Why would Mommy/Daddy EVER lie to me???  It’s called tradition, little ones.  It starts very early, and is oft repeated.  And, the more you hear it the more you’ll accept it as truth.  . . . Regardless of those pesky facts . . . like science and reasoning.

Lately, the clue words are always striking a chord of familiarity!  Three of the jumbles appear to be new, but it seems we’ve seen “cwiet” at least once, maybe even twice, before.  The answer letter layout was a novel nine letter jumble.  Cryptic enough on which for some to chew their cud!  The layout of the final answer slots, with those quotation marks, along with Mama’s storytelling, made for a quick and creamy conclusion.

Cute cartoon of the dairy farm scene.  I’m guessing that they’re either Holsteins, or Ayrshires, but I was out sick on the day that my class field trip went to the dairy farm, so I couldn’t say for sure.  But I’ve done a lot of driving through dairy country!  And, I probably stepped in a cow-pie, or two, while taking walks with my Dad and aunts, visiting my grandparents.  Perceptibly, stepping in poop does NOT make me an expert on cows though!  Fun Monday Jumble.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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