Cute. Could you add data indicating the amount of time you spent working on each?
Also, c’mon, you couldn’t finish Monday’s??
it would be nothing but white squares if this were an actual representation of my crossword skills :)
If you ever print this one, you might want to edit it to end on Saturday. Sunday crosswords are consistently the biggest and have the most creatively integrated themes, but their difficulty level fluctuates. As a semi-regular NYT crossword solver, I’d say Sunday puzzles’ average difficulty level isn’t too far off from that of a Thursday puzzle.
thanks for the heads up, james. just goes to show my lack of crossword savvy
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