Colorful Fall Leaves Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of a collection of fall leaves. The leaves are bright yellow, red, and green.

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Coravee
Nov 22, 2017
This pic relaxed me :) Thanks!
judipd
Nov 18, 2017
Nothing like autumn leaves
Honeybeez
Nov 16, 2017
Jumping in the leaves after raking up a big pile, what fun!!
debbie8327
Nov 15, 2017
Pretty
jmbps1991
Nov 14, 2017
I remember when we would put a pretty autumn leaf between wax paper sheets to press them with an Iron for saving.
trynfindit
Nov 15, 2017
I'd forgotten all about doing that.
dbnc2
Nov 15, 2017
We never did that
we put between the pages of a book
we didn't have wax paper
KwkClkrSwkr68
Nov 15, 2017
Absolutely gorgeous!!!!!!!!
xyxyxyxx
Nov 14, 2017
Beautiful close-up. "Autumn shows us how beautiful it is to let things go."
pixipixil
Nov 14, 2017
That's a very interesting perspective, xyxy. I had something like that happen. I used to die my hair. At 50 I decided to stop and "let it be." I have had more compliments on it than I ever did when I died it because by then God had turned it platinum.
pixipixil
Nov 14, 2017
Dye my hair although it seems with the amount that falls out the other die might be more appropriate now.
pixipixil
Nov 14, 2017
I just realized you use die or dies or died but if you turn it into a participle it's dying no matter which dye/die you were using. Or do you keep the "e"when you convert dye to dyeing?
workined5522
Nov 14, 2017
Very interesting quote. I've never thought of it like that, but how true.
carolsapple
Nov 14, 2017
Lol I know when to use dye and then die. I saw a news article and they were talking about someone dying - and they used the word dye - they should have used the word die.
pixipixil
Nov 14, 2017
I find myself using the wrong homonym when I write and then when I reread my text I realize I did.
Often I forget to check b4 I post. I may have spelled homonym wrong. I have the feeling I left out a silent "n". Very frustrating. I used to be a cracker jack speller.
carolsapple
Nov 15, 2017
No worries pixi - I was an awesome speller as well. Then I worked in an office one day and inadvertently asked a co-worker how to spell a word - he looked at me funny - and I said oh Geez! - I was really tired when I asked him. There was a hair salon here that was suited and the family won. The salon paid $635K in damages.
sunsetsky
Nov 14, 2017
Not many leaves left on our trees now. No snow yet either, which is fine by me.
Taffi
Nov 14, 2017
We had a slight dusting of snow on Thursday night that with the cold snap that passed by, stayed through to Saturday morning when the sun melted it all. It's now slowly warming up again. And most leaves have now dropped due to the cold temperatures.
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