Autumn Barn Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of an old wooden barn with a silo. The barn stands between a soybean field and a colorful autumn woods.

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elijah13
Jul 25, 2017
Dilipated barn but beautiful surroundings.
dbnc2
May 11, 2017
Another good mystery
I love old buildings
Eveningstar
Sep 25, 2016
This barn reminds me of the barns my Uncle had in his farm. Of course, it was not beat up like that one.
bobbin
Jul 4, 2016
Like this one because of the way the colours blend together.
fiestyolelady
Apr 12, 2016
I always wanted to make a house our of a barn, never had the chance, or $.
fiestyolelady
Feb 4, 2016
I sort of liked this one. I like old barns. What history they could tell.
aussiesapphire
Nov 17, 2015
Another old barn with a thousand stories within its walls.

"My father kept me busy from dawn to dusk when I was a kid. When I wasn't pitching hay, hauling corn or running a tractor, I was heaving a baseball into his mitt behind the barn...If all the parents in the country followed his rule, juvenile delinquency would be cut in half in a year's time." Bob Feller

"There's nothing like deep breaths after laughing that hard. Nothing in the world like a sore stomach for the right reasons." Stephen Chbosky

May your day be full of happy smiling people. God bless all of you. Hugs.
pixipixil
Nov 17, 2015
I think if we had been ranchers or farmers my son might not have done drugs.
JoyceRogers
Nov 17, 2015
My husband and I joined the Boy Scouts right alongside our two sons. It became our family activity along with church activities. We kept them so busy with positive influences that they didn't have time to become delinquents! Well, that and a whole lot of prayer! They had their share of growing up problems, but they turned into wonderful men, husbands, and fathers. Now their children are involved, in Scouts, too! I highly recommend it!
I really agree with the feelings you get after a good belly laugh! I haven't had one of those in a long time...Chuckles, yes, but belly laugh..no.
God Bless, and may we all enjoy that deep breathing belly laugh often!
aussiesapphire
Nov 17, 2015
Dear Pixi, drugs can touch the life of anyone no matter how well raised. Our kids make their own choices and not always those we would make for them. Hang in there. Hugs.
pixipixil
Nov 18, 2015
Thanks, Aussie.
JoyceRogers
Nov 18, 2015
Pixi, I'm sorry if my posting sounded "holier than thou." I didn't mean it like that at all. Aussie is right...it can happen to anyone, no matter how well raised. We just lucked out - honestly, I did a lot of stupid things with my kids that I wish I could take back. I can't claim to be Supermom. We have some dear friends that raised two sons the same way. The oldest turned out to be a fine, upstanding man, while the second son is now in prison for drug related activities. The father is an Elder in our church and retired military. His wife is an RN with several masters degrees in two countries. There is absolutely no way they could be blamed for the way they raised their son. The drug culture is a very seductive mistress, and holds onto it's victims with an iron grip. My heart goes out to you, Pixi, as you grieve for your son...
pixipixil
Nov 19, 2015
Thanks, Joyce. No offense taken. I blame it on where we decided to buy our house. We knew there were drugs in the neighborhood but kept our son in Catholic schools and after school activities sponsored by the church. The bottom line may have been he was adopted and never got past his resentment of that. We told him right off he was and that we were lucky to have chosen him where birth parents have no choice but it meant less than that his parents gave him up. So he fought us in everything. He got into drugs, My husband found a different apartment to get him away from the area but he just invited people he knew back into his life, got a mentally ill woman who was also an addict pregnant and refused to put the child up for adoption. It then devolved into custody battles, court appearances, probations, rehabs. We tried to force the two of them to realize they were not capable of raising a child but they were both stubborn. So the mother kept leaving rehab and my son got involved with another rehab graduate who is on precscribed methadone (which to me means she's still an addict) and she got pregnant...claimed it was his, moved out but hounded him for child support. I could go on but the bottom line is he never took our advice, let his health go and died of methadone exascerbated by pneumonia, bronchitis and a clogged artery. The kids are with each of their mothers. We do not want further involvement. We know both children have as good a support system from the social services, other family involvement as can be hoped for. We would not improve things for the children and involvement would destroy us. There just comes a point where you have to hand the whole thing back to God and be humble enoough to say I can't.
JoyceRogers
Nov 19, 2015
Oh Pixi, I understand your story more than you can know! The son that I spoke of that is in prison was also adopted and couldn't reconcile his feelings of abandonment. I will never understand why a child that is adopted into a loving home cannot let go of their past, even if they never knew a day of it!
We're still going through a situation with a failed adoption of a teenager by our son and his wife. We all gave her everything humanly possible, and it just wasn't enough. The minute she turned 18 she ran away from home and got pregnant. She has played every game in the books to turn our family upside down and inside out, and we finally had to give the whole situation to God and admit we couldn't handle her any more. She is now pregnant with her 3rd child, all from different fathers, and lives on food stamps and anything she can squeeze from the "baby daddies." She goes from couch to couch at friends' homes (the few friends she has left), dragging those poor, precious babies with her. She occasionally texts me, begging for diapers or baby clothes, because she knows I'm a soft touch. I give her what I can, but my husband and son don't want me to let her take advantage of me. I feel like I'm stuck in the middle, but I also know my health can't take the drama anymore. So I just pray for God to take care of her and the babies, and maybe someday she'll turn her life around and come back to us.
mamag15
Nov 19, 2015
My youngest died by suicide because of the drugs and alcohol; his mental health problems had a lot to do with it but I still b lame myself for not bringing him and my other two kids up in a better Christian filled home. My son was in cub scouts but he did not like it. He had such a low self-esteem that he felt he could do nothing. He did get second place in the derby race but, even that did not encourage him He had so many beads and awards I just do not know what happened. I feel for you Joyce. I can sympathize with you. My prayers go out to you and everyone on here who is facing the same situation. God be with you all and guide you onto the right path of His Holiness.
JoyceRogers
Nov 19, 2015
It seems we all bear similar burdens in this world. We are all human, but God gave us free will. It is up to each individual which path to take. Mamag, you cannot be found accountable for the life your son chose to abandon. It was his choice to live the way he did, and to take his own life.

There is not one correct way to raise our families. What works for one does not work for another. All we can do is try our best and pray for grace and mercy!
pixipixil
Nov 20, 2015
Dear mamag, your son sounds a lot like ours. Nothing seemed to interest him. We brought our son up in a Christian home with Christian schools and Christian friends but he was not happy. When he did a research paper for school he did the unabomber. He put up pictures of dead comedians who died of overdoses on his wall, and corresponded with Mr. Lifto(a daredevil on the internet who did very dangerous stunts without proper preparation and died before he was 30).
Don't blame yourself. A Christian home etc. wouldn't have done it either if my son is any indication. We are given these burdens to carry because god knows we can love in spite of them and not turn from God or devolve into despair and bitterness. Why God allows some people to be born deformed mentally or physically only He can know and will surely be forgiving of those He gave that burden to. He knows how hard life is for them and lets them come home to Him early.
jas6415
Nov 17, 2015
Pretty picture but yet another example of neglect a shame structures like his should endure for ages why keep a building loke this it is just fuel for a wild fire
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