On impulse I bought a jigsaw puzzle for 25 cents at Goodwill. I don't do puzzles often, perhaps one every two years or so, because they are like a siren song. Every time I walk by the table, I have to find at least one more piece. And what redeeming value is there in a puzzle? Please tell me that research has shown they stave off Alzheimers or something. This one is a killer, an Oregon meadow. I quickly assembled the edges and several distinctive features, but now the pieces look all the same and it is only half done.