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Free online jigsaw puzzle of colored pencils. The sharpened pencils are connected to make an interesting pattern.

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micki
Dec 16, 2015
Wow..never saw pencils that close up. Love these kind of puzzles!
toadalove
May 2, 2014
That was fun!
megat
Oct 11, 2013
Hi everyone, my first full day back home after 3 days in hospital, done a few easy puzzles with mediocre times at best, but it has really helped to restore my equilibrium to do the puzzles and even more to read your caring messages to each other. Don't know why, but my second and third day in hospital I started weeping for no reason, over and over again. So good to be home with my cats and dog. Thank you all for showing such caring!
tomandray
Oct 11, 2013
Hi Megat, Congratulations, you're home with your cats and dog. A much better place than a hospital. Enjoy the puzzles, they're so great for recovery along with the love of our pets. :) Wishing you a speedy recovery.
cindyj28
Oct 11, 2013
Megat, make sure you talk with your Drs about the crying. It could be depression. You have to take care of your mental health too. My cousin is back in hospital again. More serious this time. On a breathing tube too. Would appreciate any and all prayers. Thank you, fellow puzzlers.
megat
Oct 12, 2013
Thank you for taking time out to reply, unexpected acts of kindness mean so much. A friend came up with an explanation for the crying - been waiting so long for a diagnosis, and now am finally getting treatment which could mean the pain becomes more manageable, the relief is tremendous and that is why I was able to let the emotions go!
I do hope your cousin is doing better and that family and friends find the strength to help her/him and each other. Prayers to you all.
SANTACLAUS
Oct 13, 2013
I can under stand why one does this I am going in on Tuesday and I think one gets that worked up with what is going on and around you it is a big shock for not knowing ones outcome, but we are tougher than we think, and this is our way of coping with the our problems. God bless and remember you have many friends at the crazy for jigsaw site.
gabysmailattnet
Oct 13, 2013
I recently fell and destroyed my left arm. I have had several surgeries since. Every couple of days, if that, I can't explain the crying. It is easy to feel like it isn't going to get any better. But it does. And we're still here. I really hope you are feeling better. And everyone else that posted on this one. It goes to show that there are good, caring people out there still. You're not alone. :)
megat
Oct 16, 2013
Didn't have time or energy to go on my computer because of hospital appts before now, so I have only read my post from you all, thank you so much for your kind words and encouragement. Santaclaus, I hope all went well for you and that the outcome you wanted is yours. Sometimes it can be enough to know that no more bits of you have fallen apart, because even when we feel we have had our share of troubles, life really is good!
I now have to have weekly infusions for some months, so I understand what gabysmailattnet is getting at, slowly but surely the pain should become more manageable and I will be able to start working towards getting my thigh muscle back to strength.
Once again, thank you everybody for your kindness, it does help.
jimlahar
Oct 21, 2013
Hi Megat: Hope you are doing super good, and feeling better every day. I think the weeping is normal when one is hospitalized, it seems the loss of control, loneliness, new digs and the whole different environment all contribute to feeling sad and there is also some fear that they will find something that they didn't know you had. Warm hands are reaching out to you from this site, and many prayers, too. "God will take care of you".
megat
Oct 22, 2013
Jimlahar, you are so right about the fear of them finding something new. it sounds as if you have had a similar experience to me. Since the start of this year, I've gone from being one of the slightly walking wounded, to finding out that my kidneys only work at 25%, I need open heart surgery, and because I did as the doctors said and lost weight and got my blood sugar under control I have a rare condition which means I have muscle wastage in my leg with a whole bunch of pain! Oh yes, and the latest is that I have to have further tests on my eyes because something showed up on the routine retinopathy! Oh well, at least there aren't too many more parts that they can find something wrong with! Sorry, I know that this sounds self-pitying, but I promise you I'm not (at least not very often), how could I be, when I have wonderful friends amazing things to discover about this world we have been given, and now new friends on C4J?
jiggler
Oct 22, 2013
Hi, Megat - your experience is familiar to me. It happened after my first hip replacement op. I'd had a bout of depression some years before so I recognised the symptoms, went to the doc who prescribed meds (Prozac which works for me). I really think it has something to do with the anaesthetic and the physical effects of any surgery, even though I was delighted with the results of the op. And, like you, my dogs and cats were just wonderful!!
megat
Oct 23, 2013
I really believe we need our pets to change our house into a home. I love my cats for their independence and the honour they bestow on us when they choose to sit in our laps, and the unconditional love from my dog is priceless.
trynfindit
Jan 14, 2014
Hi megat, It seems many of us are in that age bracket where body parts start to wear out and give us trouble. You have all our support and prayers.

I know what you mean about reading the puzzlers' messages; there are times when I log on just to read the new messages.

I don't post very much but I enjoy each of you as world-wide friends, laugh at your jokes, enjoy your happy stories, and pray with y'all when someone's need arises.

I thank each of y'all and the C4J staff for such an enjoyable place to come.
megat
Jan 14, 2014
Trynfindit, I too, sometimes log on to read the messages, sometimes I feel guilty for not sending messages when I hear of someones troubles, quite often it is because I don't think I can add anything, and other times I am sorry to say it is just because I am feeling antisocial in the evening when I log on!
jiggler
Jan 14, 2014
Megat, don't ever feel guilty! Because a) it's not compulsory to post, and b) I think we all do that sometimes :-))
megat
Jan 15, 2014
Thank you jiggler
KwkClkrSwkr68
Oct 13, 2013
Quite interesting, but VERY CHALLENGING, too.
trynfindit
Jan 14, 2014
Especially in 300 Classic!
Roslyn
Oct 15, 2013
Loved this puzzle! Got a slow time, but I certainly enjoyed it.
SANTACLAUS
Oct 13, 2013
Thank you once again for these very interesting puzzles, and these ones we would never in a hundred years would we have thought that we doing jigsaws out of pictures of crayons, and we would get the same amount of pleasure from.
gwen1956
Oct 12, 2013
I just love all these different bright colored puzzles. Thanks a bunch!!!
micki
Oct 11, 2013
Wow..great close up. One can almost smell the wood of the pencil!
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