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Hello and welcome to Crossword Spree by William Gee. This site has been designed purely for your crossword enjoyment and entertainment: nothing too complicated, nothing too simple; just the right mix to keep you intrigued!

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

May 1st - 31st, 2015

May, generally, is one of he most beautiful months in the northern hemisphere; with any traces of ice and snow mostly gone.  Named for Maia, the Roman goddess of Spring and growth, May is the harbinger of sprouting gardens, blooming wild flowers, the greening of trees and grasses, the building of birds' nests and our desire to spend more time outdoors.  Events celebrated during the month include Cinco de Mayo, the Kentucky Derby, Mother's Day, Armed Forces Day, and concludes with Memorial Day.  Take time to enjoy this gentler season as well as work in time for some crossword puzzles.  Breakfast is the perfect time to stimulate your mental faculties, but you may prefer to defer playing until there is time to relax at day's end.  Either way, check out the daily offerings below, and, if not a regular player, browse the archives to the right for hundreds more puzzles to do.  Even those who are regular players may enjoy replaying some of these choices.

New puzzle entries are posted every Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Thanks to all my loyal players for your encouraging words during the past several months which has encouraged me to return to constructing crossword puzzles as soon as my circumstances permitted.

05/11/15   Dream On
05/13/15  Natch!
05/15/15  Make It Work
05/18/15  Sounds The Same
05/20/15  It's Confidential
05/22/15  Don't Panic!
05/25/15  Inevitable
05/27/15  Nowhere To Be Seen
It's A Fact
William Gee's crossword puzzles have now been played
in over one-half of the nations in the world 
and now number close to one million and a half visits to date.*
*Includes both and

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