It’s been an interesting few days. Bonnie tells me she has kept you minimally informed (she has never been one to waste words), for which I thank her, so you know that I have been kept out of commission by a vicious strain of flu virus. The worst is over, except for persistent muscular weakness that causes me to topple at odd moments, even with cane at hand, so my forehead has temporarily assumed some curious new contours, and various spots on my arms and legs have become festive and colorful. I feel as if something sizable and weighty had rolled over me, but withal I am in a good mood, so let’s get this show on the road.
We're not going to print the answer to last week's puzzle; we're not certain that the person to whom it was dedicated and whose name appears within it has even seen it yet. If you have solved the puzzle and found a first name, it is probably correct; if you want to compare your answer to ours, send us an email and we'll send the answer to you.
Herewith the second installment of our J-land Sudokus:
The anagram includes the journaler's first name and the name of her journal. Note: the name found in the puzzle will be crucial to solving the last few boxes.
Bonnie rates this puzzle at about a 3.
P.S. Bonnie herself designed this puzzle; I transposed the numbers into letters.