now this may sound weird, but I do the the maze thing backwards; I start at the finish and work my way back.I like the maze for the chain lock.
That maze chain lock would be the death of me!
I am with that 6 year old!
Love the maze chain lock! Very cool! I've always loved mazes. Used to do the paper puzzles in pen! Have an a-amazing day! :o)
That little girl has the right idea. Eliminate the stress too. I love playing with mazes.
As a child I was excited by gardens with hedge mazes that I could explore - sometimes they took ages to find the way back out again.
i love mazes! this is really funny!
I'm a fan. Love the door lock.
A great collection. I tend to work them backwards, too, but it's the same as frontwards--a maze. I didn't get through the lock. I've lost concentration this last year.
As John Mellencamp once sang, when the walls come tumbling down...
Hello Debra, I too love that lock maze! A while ago I did a post on an odd Chinese antique with built-in maze (the maze part is at the end, but the object itself is quite unusual).http://roadtoparnassus.blogspot.tw/2012/12/weird-chinese-antiques-anti-pilfering.html--Jim
LOL, very good!
it's hard to do the pen and paper ones without erasing
Hilarious. Enjoyed this.
Very good post, good Lady Debra... (liked the chain-lock) best wishes to you and yours... and Hello from Marshville...
The last one is my favorite. The look on her face! :-D
Oh that last one is my absolute favorite!
they wouldn't survive a day in a maze, argh!
These made me laugh... and that chain lock maze... I don't think I'd ever leave the house, lol.Blessings,Jill
I find mazes amazing cuz that's how life is ... Wishing you another fine rather chilly Alberta day, friend D ... Love, cat.
That's it. I'd be stuck in that room forever. They'd find a skeleton. Or me in a corner crying and babbling nonsense. That's if they could get in the room.Elsie
SO funny! Except for the chain lock. That would make me lose my mind! LOL
I love the last one!!!!!
hahhaa...too cute...the lock one was almost TOO much...sure would hate to wanna get out quick.....
Sheer brilliance. I love those kids. And I’d hate to have to ge out that door if there were a fire!
LOL! I had a good laugh. Thanks for that. Sometimes we just have to color outside the lines and take what comes.
OMG Debra lol...after a night of tasting some good wine, I don't know that I'd ever get that chain lock on or off ha ha! Cute post!!!
I love mazes and their symbolic. They are fascinating.
I am a crossword fan....Cheers!Linda :o)
Definitely. Screw those rules. Those are the man's rules, not ours!
I got such a kick out of this funny post, Debra! I used to love mazes, but I haven't done one since I stopped teaching. I frequently had mazes on hand for my school kiddos who enjoyed them. I was just looking at a cover of an old Time Magazine that has a huge maze ~ wondering if it was a true maze and if I could solve it. Perhaps I should give it a go. Have a great day tomorrow!
this is all about our complicated psyche we like to choose difficult ways to reach our easy destination.enjoyed the way you put it my friend :)
The kid is thinking outside the box.
OMG that first one I could just see people doing that.
THAT is how you do it!Cheers.
My mom loves doing these!! I went to an art exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario. It was done by Yoko Ono. This was like 8 years ago? It was a large maze where you could walk through. All plexiglass. In the middle, was a "toilet"! LOL! Well, guess who got there without any problem? Me! LOL! The lady said, I was the first one who did it. I was very proud. I don't know what that said about me? LOL!
I forgot to say, I think that lock one is cool!
Hey Debra, does Leeanna know we can't comment on her blog? When I go to her postings, there is no comment button?
Hey Debra, sorry to be a pest! I was able to comment!
My biggest fear is going into one of those hedge mazes and never finding my way out. Then someone finds me six months later.JP
I like how that young one did it. :)
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