What did our great-great-grandparents do for fun? We know they didn’t have TVs, DVDs, iPods, or computers . . . but they did have puzzles!
Here’s an example of the type of puzzle that was popular in days gone by. Called a rebus, it’s a word puzzle that uses pictures to represent words or parts of words.
Can you solve it? 😉
Think of it as a farmer’s “proposal”.
“Melon” is not quite the correct word in the 5th line!)