Let me just say that when the screen on a laptop won't stay up on its own (missing springs), it's necessary to prop it up. I believe in this term "laptop" -- it truly belongs on my lap, no? And when one is wearing capris (that "one" would be me), and one's leg are shaved and smooth (again, me), the object used in the propping makes a big difference. For instance, propping the screen with a suede pillow, while just the right size and oh so wonderfully soft on the legs, doesn't work at all. It just slides down to one's feet (c'mon - you know who "one" is by now!).
All that to say, have you tried the Sudoku puzzle at the left of the screen, a little ways down? If you have, do you find the level you usually play becoming too easy? Because I'm having this problem. (Darn screen! Stop!) And I don't think that it's because my brain is expanding, as proponents of the game believe. Then my skull would have to grow, and I think that all of my bones are done growing. I mean, it would be nice if they weren't, and if I grew another 3 inches or so. Then I would be taller than my blonde and beautiful sister-in-law. She would be horribly jealous of my colossal, Amazonian height, It would also mean that my great weight would be a little more evenly distributed and I wouldn't have as much to lose. But none of this will happen because my bones are done growing. Dang it!
Now why ... oh! Sudoku! I think that the puzzles are either beginning to repeat themselves, or that they are getting easier. Really -- how many moderate puzzles can exist in the Sudoku world? And I know what you'll say: "Why don't you try the next level?" Because I can't use a pencil on my screen! If I were using a regular computer with a hard glass screen, I'd probably use a grease pencil to mark possible answers. But have you ever tried grease pencil on a laptop screen? It just doesn't come off very well when you're done. Don't ask me how I know. And my ADD brain just won't retain the possible answers long enough in the difficult puzzles.
So go try the puzzle a little further down and to the left. Yeah ... right ... there. Okay, a little harder. That's the spot. I can never reach it, no matter how hard I try. And don't blame me if the grease pencil won't come off. I tried to warn you.
Until I write again ...