The "Log Lady" from Twin Peaks says Thanks

twin-peaks-Log-Lady-200x300On February 19, 2014 we featured a puzzle in the newspaper entitled Famous Catherines.

The next day we received an email from Catherine Coulson who played the Log Lady in Twin Peaks. She was so touched that we included her name in the puzzle.

She sent us this lovely note along with her picture. We wanted to share this with all of you. We also included the puzzle just in case you missed it.

If you live in Oregon, Ms. Coulson will be in the Oregon Shakespeare Festival this summer.  


Thanks Ms. Coulson for writing to us and all your kind words.

Sincerely, David Ouellet and WONDERWORD Team

Famous Catherines Puzzle

Log Lady’s Letter

Give The Gift of Life: Be An Organ Donor

Give The Gift of Life: Be An Organ Donor

We were inspired by a young lady name Hélène Campbell who has just received the miracle of life: a double lung transplant. Her story truly touched our hearts and this is a cause that we at WONDERWORD feel is important.

We are all organ donors!

Register today and be an organ donor so people can dance for a lifetime! .



We recently published a puzzle on Yanni as a suggestion from one of our loyal fans Linda Andrusko and he sent us this autographed photo with a kind note. Please enjoy his puzzle!

Download Yanni's puzzle

WONDERWORD, helpful in learning English


Peter writes to us:

 Dear David

Do you remember my little daughter, aged 8 now, who always did the puzzleswhen in Vietnam and also in a book that you sent to her one year ago? Now shestarted to learn English at school in Germany and WONDERWORD is very helpful for this.
Your new internet-page is very nice-  All the best for you, your family and your team,

Dear Peter

Thank you for sharing your story with us, along with pictures of your beautiful little girl

A Bit of Trivia - WONDERWORD in TV Guide

Lisa Engle writes to us:

"David, Thank-you for your response to my e-mail. A bit of trivia for you: WW appeared in TV Guide in the 70's. If I recall correctly, WW was only published once per week during that time or perhaps I only recv'd the week-end paper. Nonetheless, it was my 'me' time to escape into another room with my precious WW. I particularly enjoy the puzzle within the puzzle; trying to figure out what the leftover letters will spell. Always tough for me to do, but I keep trying! I noticed the puzzles are much larger in print than they used to be. Of course you may post any of my e-mails on your site....with one condition: you must correct my awful grammar & spelling errors prior to posting. Blessings to you!"

Thank you for taking me down memory lane and reminding me of WONDERWORD's amazing history.
David Ouellet

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