Colorful Spring Tulips Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of beautiful spring tulips. The red and yellow tulips are growing in a row along a walk.

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dbnc2
Aug 5, 2017
A beautiful mystery
JAMP124
Aug 7, 2017
Dbnc2 ---- That says it all!
Genaya
Sep 17, 2016
We have them growing in our gardens in New Zealand and yes thy really are nice to have.
elijah13
Aug 9, 2016
Wish we could grow tulips in Florida! Beautiful picture!
nlbuchanan
Mar 30, 2016
Beautiful tulips. My caregiver's favorite flower.

God bless you all and may you be richly blessed.
nlbuchanan
Mar 30, 2016
P.S. I need your prayers for faith and trust. I have an appointment with an orthopedist on Thursday for a shoulder I've been having trouble with for a very long time. He gave me a cortisone injection in December and it gave relief for about six weeks. Now he is going to have to look deeper into what might be the cause of the problem and what can be done about it. My fear is that, once again, I will be told he can't find the source of the problem and therefor can't do anything about it. On Friday I make my yearly trip to San Francisco to see the neurosurgeon and find out if my tumor (acustic neuroma) has grown. If it has not, I'll just do it again next year. If it has grown, I will have to have it removed and, yes, it is brain surgery! I need the faith and courage to believe what I really do know in my head - God knows and He is in control. He wants only what's best for me and I am safe in His arms no matter what happens. Thank you for being there for me.
justine72
Mar 31, 2016
Hi, nib,
I will pray for you tonight..I am sorry I did not see your asking for prayers sooner. I am behind on the puzzles..I know you will be in His arms. Blessings
nlbuchanan
Apr 1, 2016
Thank you, Justine, I posted very late and don't think anyone else saw it either. I do appreciate your prayers and I know God hears whether there are two or two thousand. God bless you.
jazz0130
Apr 1, 2016
Nlb - I wish you only good news and a speedy recovery for your shoulder.
nlbuchanan
Apr 2, 2016
Thank you, Justine and Jazz. The shoulder seems to have improved already after an injection in another part of the rotator cuff. Hope it lasts longer than the other one did. The news about the tumor was good also. No growth means no surgery now. We'll check it again in a year. I know I'll stress out again then but I have no reason the believe the results will be any different. Thank you for your good thoughts and prayers.
robert0199
Jun 24, 2016
Prayed for you today that the tumor will have shrunk and the Orthopod will have insight into the shoulder to bring it to strength and health.
nlbuchanan
Jun 25, 2016
Thank you Robert, after so long I was not expecting more prayers. The arm has pretty much returned to what it was before I went to the ortho Dr. the tumor did not shrink but at least it did not grow either. Next year we will test to see how much it is effecting my hearing as well as for growth. The tinnitus gets quite loud and distracting at times
jone1
May 13, 2016
Pretty tulips mine never grow that pretty.
PurplePandora
Mar 29, 2016
Sorry to hear about your varmits. One time I planted six little plants. The squirrels uprooted all six, looking for bulbs. I replanted them and they uprooted four. They finally gave up. This year, for the first time in about 10 years I have signs that the deer have been eating my rhododendron leaves. One of our neighbors has let several acres go fallow so now we have deer, turkeys and fox, as well as the ever present ground hogs. They made me laugh when I saw droppings under my persimmon tree. The fruit are as big as a large cherry. I pick them because I enjoy them. When there were only about 6 fruits on the tallest branches, which I could not reach they were still standing there at night, waiting for them to drop. I now have Hyacinths and daffodils as well as lilies of the snow. The pear tree is blooming and my weeping cherry is about to open. I love when the flowers start to bloom. We had lots of wind last night and the pear blossoms might be gone already.
Annie1749
Mar 29, 2016
Where are you living PurplePandora? Here in Michigan we don't have anything blooming yet. It shouldn't be too much longer though.
pixipixil
Mar 29, 2016
Thanks Pandora for sharing about your garden/varmints. That's winderful about the persimmon/ground hogs. I used to have a persimmon. Something must have climbed up for the fruit one year and split the tree in half.
ParsonWayne
Mar 29, 2016
In Ohio we have some blooming idiots.
tabmol
Mar 30, 2016
I'm originally from the Buckeye state and should take offense to your comment (which I thought was very funny), BUT, you are right!
ParsonWayne
Mar 30, 2016
We added one of them when I moved here.
ParsonWayne
Apr 10, 2016
By groundhog, do you mean sausage? :-)))
pixipixil
Apr 10, 2016
Sounds grissly to me.
ParsonWayne
Apr 14, 2016
That's going a-bulb and beyond the call of duty Pandora.
aussiesapphire
Mar 29, 2016
Tip toe through the tulips with me (Tiny Tim - is he still around? )

"You haven't lost your smile at all, it's right under your nose. You just forgot it was there."" unknown

"Oh, I love hugging. I wish I was an octopus, so I could hug 10 people at a time! " Drew Barrymore

A woman after my own heart <big smile>

God bless all of you. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Mar 29, 2016
Tiny Tim is deceased. He was a one-hit wonder. Love the comment about the smile being right under your nose. I have a grandson who can't smile. We didn't know until the past year [He is 21 now] that it is a medical problem. Can't remember now what it is called.
nannynoonoo
Mar 29, 2016
Did Drew Barrymore grow octopuses with extra arms then? {sorry aussie, couldn't resist}
aussiesapphire
Mar 29, 2016
:) nanny
aussiesapphire
Mar 29, 2016
Parsonwayne, so sorry to hear about your grandson and I have heard of that condition before. Surely in this modern day of technology they have discovered a cure for it. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Mar 30, 2016
Nannynoonoo, you could octopi your mind with better things than puns.
Eveningstar
Mar 30, 2016
I love Tulips:) I planted beautiful Tulips in Walnut Creek, Ca. where I lived awhile back. When I went back to visit my Children, they were still as pretty as when I planted them:)
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