Chocolate Cheesecake Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jiogsaw puzzle of a chocolate cheesecake with chocolate glaze. The rich dessert is served on a dark brown plate.

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pixipixil
Jan 19, 2016
January weather has finally arrived. 10 degrees with a cutting wind.
The lake may finally freeze over and then the ice fishing huts will appear along with the constant ripping sound of ski mobiles and 4x4's racing around the lake. I really could do without that but I like seeing the ice fishing.
My husband has an outing to the movies planned, but my stomach is threatening a tantrum so I have to wait and see. Had to sit for end of singing practice. Will have to decide in next hour.
Wishing you a day of happy tummies.
marine5153
Jan 19, 2016
Minus 10 in Northwest MO this a.m.
cindyj28
Jan 19, 2016
Very cold here in Northern Illinois too. This is real winter and the sun is shining very brightly.
trynfindit
Jan 20, 2016
Are you singing in church again pixi?
pixipixil
Jan 20, 2016
I don't have regular work. I do funerals when the regular soloist isn't available. Still, if I don't practice 5 times weekly my voice won't work at all. I really should do breathing exercises every time but I don't. (bad bad bad) It still takes around 40 minutes if I can go straight thru w/o a break. If I have something specific to sing that adds to practice time.
cindyj28
Jan 20, 2016
You must really love to sing. Good for you. I am sure God enjoys your praises.
pixipixil
Jan 20, 2016
I do for the most part...especially when I'm having a good day. And when I can sing something special that's more than a sing along.
I was very surprised to run into a parishioner from a church for which I cantored for 19 years. Sje told me she really missed a hymn I used to do at Easter. It was really long, she told me. I was confused because my solo for Easter was the Mozart Alleluia which isn't long at all. I finally realized she meant teh Exultet at teh very start of Easter Midnight Mass. I had written my own music for that and it did my heart good to have her tell me because it is the thing I miss doing most of all. Will tell more later.
pixipixil
Jan 20, 2016
I don't know if you are familiar with a Catholic Easter Vigil but the Mass opens with all the lights out and the priest saying prayers over a fire from which he lights the Easter candle. From the back of the church we process up the aisle stopping 3 times while the priest intones "Christ Our Light" and the congregation answers "Thanks be to God." During this time everyone is holding a candle and each is lit from the procession. Then the Large Easter candle is placed in a holder next to the lectern and I have processed with the others and mount the steps to the lectern from which, by candlelight, I sing the Exultet. I wore a special white gown I made just for singing that and have never worn it for anything else. I haven't sung that since that church closed.
retirenow14
Jan 20, 2016
I totally know what you mean about the troubles in the gut. After 3 years of this upset, I am totally sure that the widespread nature of the problem has been caused by the tainted food supply. Chemical companies are ruining farming as well as our digestion. It seems that the more fresh food we eat, the more upsets occur.
pixipixil
Jan 20, 2016
I worry about everything but I just can't go into a lot of esoteric diets. My sister-in-law sent me the names of several nutritionists which were her latest discovery. She is dead now and all the expensive special foods didn't keep her from the hepatitis that destroyed her.
Taffi
Jan 31, 2016
Pixi, have you checked to see if you have IBS. Irritable Bowel Syndrome is treated by a gastroenterologist. You'll have to have a colonoscopy which is the first step.A good diet to start with to reveal the foods that work and don't work for you is the Monash Food Diet. Do a search on that and you'll see what I mean. You seem to be a worrier so you're under stress. That can contribute to IBS. It would be nice if you could sort out a comfortable diet with some meds to ensure very few tummy troubles. I don't wish it on anyone, and yes, I have IBS D. Miserable stuff. Loved reading about your singing. Thanks! Sending you hugs! Oh and Monash is just regular everyday foods.
pixipixil
Feb 1, 2016
Thanks, Taffi. I have been under the care of a gastroenterologist for many years. I have had 3 colonoscopies over time. Also had 2 procedures that scope down the esophagus into the stomach (endoscopies?.) Nothing turns up but redness from reflux and hemmorhoids and diverticulitis, I don't know if IBS is something that actually shows up on these things but I do have a tortuous bowel and that probably exacerbates the other conditions if it doesn't actually cause them. Stress certainly can trigger an attack, though.
Thanks again, Taffi. I'll keep the IBS in min. There's some OTC medication by the same company I use for lactose intolerance. The next time I get an attack day I'll try the IBS tablets they make.
judipd
Jan 26, 2016
Looks very good
sharondarlene
Jan 25, 2016
Yum...any kind of cheesecake I like!!!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Jan 21, 2016
That's one of my FAVORITE flavors of cake.
JamieT
Jan 19, 2016
Yum! I love cheesecake. I used to have a no-bake recipe for cheesecake that was easy to modify to chocolate cheesecake (without the glaze), but could have canned cherries topping it.

Now I want some cheesecake.
tomandray
Jan 19, 2016
Oh my! Cheesecake, love it too. Going to make one for this weekend. Well, now it will have to be chocolate with cherries and vanilla whipping cream. Drool. :))))
JamieT
Jan 20, 2016
Sounds great!
ggmag
Jan 19, 2016
My Father thought that chocolate was one of the basic food groups!
animalvr143
Jan 19, 2016
It is.
globug
Jan 19, 2016
It's not?
trynfindit
Jan 20, 2016
It absolutely is!
kjd3682
Jan 20, 2016
Chocolate comes from a plant, and is therefore a vegetable. And I try my best to get as many veggies as I can every day!
KNadineM
Jan 20, 2016
That is correct, kjd3682!
Corrina52
Jan 19, 2016
I love cheesecake of all sorts and also pavlova. Not good for diabetes and cannot resist any piece if it was put before me. How are you all. I coping okay but am going through withdrawal and I wonder if it partly to with my late husband nearly 4 months ago. It is still hot and tomorrow will be 40 degrees Celsius. I wonder if we get the cool change and rain? School for all kids and students for the year starts next Wednesday. Tuesday January 26 is Australia Day - public holiday and day of celebration around the nation. Thinking of you all doing the jigsaw puzzles, some are easy and some are darn hard. Tia xx God bless you all
aussiesapphire
Jan 19, 2016
And you to Corrina, it is nice here in the mornings at the moment, but then warms up in the afternoon which cuts down on my busy-ness. God bless you too. Hugs.
JamieT
Jan 19, 2016
My condolences on the loss of your husband.
trynfindit
Jan 20, 2016
I think your withdrawal may very well be due to the loss of your husband. What a very difficult situation to go through. May God give you strength and peace. And some cooler weather. (It's been lovely cool here; mid 30sF at night and low 50sF during the day.)
nlbuchanan
Jan 19, 2016
I love nice creamy chocolate but this cheesecake did not make for an easy puzzle. The rest of the puzzle wasn't too bad but the cake itself was a real bear!

Been struggling with no heat for the last three days. My furnace keeps tripping the circuit breaker and shutting of power to not only my furnace but also my two bathrooms and my craft room. Right now I am in my computer room (the smallest room in the house) with a small space heater. Have had furnace repairman and electricians here to no avail. The electricians will be back this afternoon. In the meantime, my house temperature remains at a balmy 58 degrees F (14 C). I am really learning to love my blankie!

God bless you all and may His love warm you from the inside out.
aknan
Jan 19, 2016
Oh, nlb, that's terrible! Ours went out once while we were in Hawaii; luckily, we came home before anything was damaged, but a cold house is NOT a pleasant surprise. Hope they get yours all fixed up.
JamieT
Jan 19, 2016
Hopefully that gets fixed quickly!
nlbuchanan
Jan 20, 2016
Well, it didn't get fixed. The electricians got tied up on another job and couldn't fit me in. They say I will be their first job in the morning. Another cold night for me!
trynfindit
Jan 20, 2016
Along with the blankies, put a scarf around your neck, socks on your feet and something over your head.
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