Hello fellow readers! You ready to use that big brain of yours to solve this quick and easy jigsaw puzzle? If so... Get Started! I've made this jigsaw puzzle for all to play! It has only 24 pieces, meaning this puzzle can also be played by kids! Just take your time, there's no need to rush. I've created this puzzle at www.jigsawplanet.com, and there are also many more! Though I would strongly recommend you to try out the jigsaw I've created first then head to the other jigsaws, just think of mine as a preview, and if you enjoy my puzzle be sure to create one and send it to me so I can try it too.
You might be wondering... Why does the fox in the middle has so many tails?
Well, the answer to that, my dear friend, is that it is not just any ordinary fox you've heard about. It is what Japanese people call "Kitsune" which technically means fox... But that has Nine Tails! which is also called in English "The Nine -Tailed fox".
So you might be wondering... What exactly is a Kitsune?
F.Y.I A Kitsune is technically a shapeshifter! Pretty cool right! And when it reaches the age of 100, it starts to learn the ability to take human form! It is also said that a kitsune can shapeshift into the look-a-like of different people. A Kitsune can be either male or female, and can usually take the form of young Japanese girls, beautiful women and older or younger men.
Kitsunes are mostly believed to possess superior intelligence, long life, and magical powers. The word "Kitsune" is often translated as "fox spirit". Though this does not mean that kitsunes are ghosts, or that they are fundamentally different from regular foxes, because the word spirit is used to reflect a state of knowledge or enlightenment, all long-lived foxes gain supernatural abilities.
To me "Kitsunes are Mysterious creatures and they are SO COOL! If you are interested in them too, check out this website: http://asanoyuri.blogspot.com to get more knowledge about them!
Fact about Me: I'm NO good with puzzles.
Below this text you could see a blog page by Karah.
In this page you could see that she is talking about herself A-Z.
While reading, you might be able to find something interesting or something that is similar to you. After reading, you will find a comment box below. What would you comment about?
Simple! Whatever you found interesting, talk about it while commenting. Tell the author that you have similarities with him/her or tell the author that you were inspired by their writing and wanted to ask a few questions. Also try encouraging the author in whatever way you can, just always remember to stay on the topic.
Pathum Thani is one of the central provinces of Thailand.
Neighboring provinces are Ayutthaya, Saraburi, Nakhon Nayok, Chachoengsao, Bangkok, and Nonthaburi. The province is north of Bangkok and is part of the Bangkok metropolitan area and...
IT IS WHERE I AM NOW!
You see that symbol on the bottom left? That's the symbol of Pathum Thani, also known as the provincial seal.
The provincial seal shows a pink lotus flower with two rice stalks bending over it, representing the fertility of the province...makes sense right? The provincial tree is the Indian coral tree shown on the bottom right, and the provincial flower is the lotus.
This information about my province can also be seen on my "About Me" page!
The images URL will be found once clicked on the pictures in my "about me" page.
My name is Marianne Ella, For a little more information about me just click HERE!
My Classmates Blogs
Week 9: Have I Improved?
Week 8: Games and More Games
Week 7 Activity 8: Footprint
Week 6: What to Write
Week 6: What to Write About?
Week 5 Activity 5: Interview a family member and write a post about them.
Week 4 Activity 4: Be Creative
Week 3 Activity 3: Find an image or piece of music.Invite your readers to finish the story.
Week 3 Activity 4: Find 5 images that create a story
Week 3 Activity 6: Create your own images and add to a post of your choice.
Week 3 Activity 9: Create a Jigsaw
How to Comment Well?
About My Province, Pathum Thani