Never knowingly undersolved.

Appeal of bells

Posted by jetdoc on July 19th, 2010


As some of you already know, we — Jane Teather (Jetdoc) and John Henderson (Enigmatist/Elgar/Nimrod/Io) — are getting married this Friday, 23 July. This is a truly cruciverbal match — we met through crosswords, and our shared love of (obsession with?) crosswords is very important to us.

Please raise a glass to us sometime after noon on Friday. Also, we’d like to make a request on behalf of our friend Hannah, who has cerebral palsy and is raising sponsorship to take part in a fundraising project for Scope. If you would like to make a donation in honour of our wedding, you can do so here (as well as finding out more about the project):

9 Responses to “Appeal of bells”

  1. walruss says:

    Many congratulations!

  2. Stella Heath says:

    A recorded game young lady confused with paradise.


  3. Duggie says:

    Many congratulations! My abiding memory is of you as third man/long leg to his bowling – a perfect match.

  4. Conrad Cork says:

    What a combination of talents! Congratulations and all best wishes. At least one glass for each of you will be duly raised.

  5. gareth says:

    In the traditional blessing for puzzlers …

    Never let a cross word come between you.

  6. mhl says:

    What excellent news – many congratulations to both of you!

  7. Qaos says:

    Many congratulations indeed!

  8. Carrots says:

    Hearty Congratulations to you both. May your future happiness be as delightful as your igenuity.

    A quick look at today`s Engimatist puzzle suggests that it will be at least two pintas raised in your honour this lunchtime….not too surprising as I`ve never finished one in less!

  9. croque says:

    Belated congratulations to both – Friday’s broadsheets were a joy!

Leave a Reply

Don't forget to scroll down to the Captcha before you click 'Submit Comment'

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

× 5 = forty