Generally, if a piece is missing, I leave a note and a drawing or tracing of the piece, along with the color pattern on the missing piece.
The only one that matches is a 2,000 piece of hot air balloons. Beautiful. From the same company as the German castle puzzle I just finished. I don't have a 2' x 3' space, and can't reach the middle even if I did. I have some 20-20 vision after the five 2009 eye surgeries, but more than arm's length away is NOT one of those places.
I had to stop the automatic downloads on the podcasts on my laptop, as I wasn't able to listen 24-7. So, now, I put on All Songs Considered as background music and go on with whatever project I've chosen to work on. Yesterday, I decided I'd looked at the blue milk crate holding the tax receipts folders that I have yet to sort out the 2015 items and store them in a magazine folder in the library.
After typing to Japan Breakfast, Bob Bolin (from Brooklyn, if I remember right, or at least, New York City) and Robin Hilton, his co-host (from Kansas, originally, then Georgia) introduced the next group with a piece of listener mail from a southern listener. Your Favorite New Musicians of 2016 (compiled from listener poll data, and containing a lot of people I've certainly never heard of.)
Bob (reading): Trampled by Turtles is about to be stomped by a flower–Honeysuckle. I don't generally read listener comments, but that one was too good to pass up.
Robin (rereading), in an Athens, GA, Georgian accent: Trampled by Turtles is about to be stomped by a flower–Honeysuckle.
I grabbed a piece of scratch paper and wrote down everything up to the name of the flower. The rest of Bob's quote was a paraphrase. I would have forgotten the flower name, losing the best part of the exchange, but they are pretty good to publish all the names of the bands.