Blueberries Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free jigsaw puzzle for adults of healthy blueberries. The blueberries are in plastic containers.

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JAMP124
Apr 25, 2017
My favorite blueberry pie ----- cook 3 cups of blueberries with the usual ingredients. Cool. Add one cup uncooked blueberries. Put in baked pie shell and chill.
When biting into a piece the filling is good and the fresh blueberries are better!
elijah13
Jan 10, 2017
As a kid at my grandparents summer cottage used to eat wild blueberries that were in our back lot. I don't eat too many now--very expensive! Not an easy puzzle. All the pieces look the same!
puzzlelover20
Aug 1, 2016
This was hard. I love blueberries!!! Yummy! They freeze well too. Have a wonderful day everyone!!!
Starrphyre
Jul 4, 2015
Color appropriate for 4th of July weekend.
bettybrich
Oct 29, 2014
I have just started liking blueberries this year in yoguart.Sure are pretty.
tshepherd24
Oct 13, 2014
Delicious looking blueberries. They look good enough to eat.
seaview
Jul 22, 2014
Blueberries are one of the fruits I love and have to have it around fresh or frozen. Been mixing fresh blueberries and strawberries together and been putting it over shortcake with whip cream on top for a strawberry blueberry shortcake dessert lately, yum!
Thank-you for all the posted comments recently and awhile back about my nephews death. I really appreciate it. It is such a hard thing to go through but much worse for my sister and husband. It is so nice to come across a site where people are real people if you know what I mean and can be caring without ever meeting each other in person. Thank-you again!!!
Does any of you out there have anything that works for you that is natural that helps you sleep that you would mind telling about. I am having such a horrible time sleeping that I am getting exhausted because of it and I cant sleep a whole night through without waking up. I need a whole night of sleep for once and no matter how tired I am I wake up over and over. I am not into sleeping pills or medications and am too sensitive to that anyway but don't ever have a problem doing something natural. Anything easy, simple, maybe even a little crazy sounding or whatever that works for you? I am desperate for a full nights sleep. Help!!!
4gingerA
Jul 22, 2014
Try turning a radio on an all talk show. Turn it on low so it is just background noise. That works for me.
pixipixil
Jul 22, 2014
I have nights like that. Here are a few possibilities. Hot water bottle on your back &/or tummy. Warm shower/bath b4 bed. Walk about a mile after supper. Wear something cuddly soft. Listen to a book on cd with comfortable earphones. Keep the volume just loud enough so you can tell what is being said but only at about a mumble. You need to test various readers and types of books. Some wake you up but the best ones are a wonderful sleep aid.
Distract yourself from solving problems.
Never do puzzles or crafts b4 bed. It wakes you up.
Be aware of what you are eating/drinking. If you happen to eat something your body finds to be an analgesic (makes you pee) you are in for a dot and dash night. Switch what you are sleeping in. I use a recliner.
Pray.
After that sometimes you just have to be patient and endure.
If it persists it could be a sign of depression and you need professional help.
Hope this helps, Seaview.
funfornow
Jul 22, 2014
It takes some practice, but this is what works for me: in your mind's eye, picture a black velvet curtain. Just that. It may take awhile at first, but after some practice, just thinking about it makes me sleepy!!
pixipixil
Jul 22, 2014
Hi funfornow. You reminded me of a description from a scifi book that worked for me. You picture colored squares floating down at you. As they come closer they get larger and darker until all is dark.
cindyj28
Jul 22, 2014
I drink a glass of milk before bed, or you could warm it. Old time favorite.
mamag15
Jul 22, 2014
I know how you feel seaview. When my son died at the age of 21, it was horrible. Every time I closed my eyes, I would see him there with me. Sleeping was something I dreaded. I did try herbal nighttime tea with chamomile. That helped a little. Prayers, reading encouraging scriptures, and talking out loud to God in a private room helps. He does listen. Been through it myself. Give yourself some time. There is no such thing as grieving too long. 5 years and I still grieve my son. Suicide is a hard thing to adjust to when it is your child. I cannot even imagine murder. I wish I could help you more. God bless you Sweetheart.
aussiesapphire
Jul 22, 2014
Hi seasview, lavender oil works every time for me. It has a natural sleep inducer in it. Just rub a little into your temples and a bit on the pillow. The perfume is heavenly and it really does work. Hugs.
tomandray
Jul 23, 2014
Hi Seaview, What Mama15 said about herbal tea works. Either Sleepy-time or Camomile Tea are the best. Drink the tea about 1 hour to 40 mins. before bedtime with a Melatonin pill 3mg., (a natural substance found in turkey). This should put you to sleep. Good Luck. :)
kshuteevans
Jul 26, 2014
I use a small oscillating fan on low speed when my husband is out of town. keeps me from hearing all the bumps in the night!
pixipixil
Jul 27, 2014
I use my A/C and books on disc with earphones. I have noisy neighbors who don't lower their voices but will stand outside my window talking for a half hour even at 2:30 in the morning so I need help.
seaview
Jul 30, 2014
Boy some people huh pixipixil? Wouldn't you think that at 2:30 in the morning people would know to keep it down and not stand outside your window talking and that most people are trying to sleep at that hour. I guess not everyone has common sense!
pixipixil
Jul 30, 2014
Thanks for the commiseration, seaview. Yes, you would think so but some folks have never learned to see anyone's view but their own. No manners at all!
tomandray
Jul 31, 2014
Sorry to say this pixipixil, but no manners seem to be the trend these days. Self-centered, don't care about anyone else but themselves type of folks. A bit sad. And don't get me started on lying, cheating, and back stabbing....I could go on, but don't want to get you depressed. I'm depressed enough for both of us. May you have a quite night. :)
pixipixil
Aug 2, 2014
Thanks, tomandray. I was brought up to be responsible and take care of my own debts etc. I believe the media is much (tho not solely) to blame for the selfish, irresponsible attitudes of our children, who neither appreciate nor respect authority.
misty76leigh
Jul 26, 2014
Yummy! :D
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