You know what I'm talking about, right? The dilemma of what to do with a jigsaw puzzle after you've finished putting it together.
Being myself a reformed jigsaw puzzle addict (see post from 2/7/2017, "Crocheting A Kitty Hat And A Tom Cat Hat"), the puzzle of what to do with a put-together puzzle used to be much more relevant for me back when I was puzzling and over-puzzling. (I haven't had a relapse since the time Tom and I were at the Columbus Art Museum and around the museum there were jigsaw puzzles of some of the paintings that patrons could stop and work on. See post from 2/22/2017: "The Big Four-Oh, Part 3: the Green Bean anniversary").
Then I heard about puzzle glue, an adhesive that one spreads over the puzzle that causes the pieces to stick together. I saw this as a satisfying solution to the puzzle puzzle: the beautiful puzzles could now be preserved as a permanent picture.
But then, instead of boxes of used puzzles, I now had a stack of puzzle pictures. I tried framing and hanging a few, but how many puzzles does one need hanging on one's walls? Besides, the puzzles never really fit the standard sizes of poster frames.
I eventually swore off jigsaw puzzles and threw out all the old boxes of puzzles and the puzzle pictures, except for this one which my daughter did that still hangs in the basement: