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Free puzzle of the view from a tropical island surrounded by palm trees and looking out onto a vast blue ocean and small, puffy clouds.

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Jussjess
Aug 31, 2013
This puzzle reminded me of home.
netta
May 10, 2013
Wouldn't mind spending a month or two there - as long as there's an Internet connection so I can access C4J. And Jiggler, yes, I'm still here and doing fine, thanks. Just haven't been feeling very "talkative" lately.
jiggler
May 10, 2013
Hi, netta - good to hear from you! Quite understand, I have spells like that, when I just don't feel like chatting. (Yes, believe it or not, I do shut up sometimes!!!!! )
toadalove
May 10, 2013
Funny. I feel that way too. Lately more then not.
happy4grandkids
May 10, 2013
I would sit there with you and we could do puzzles the old fashioned way! On a card table!
mountainmama
May 10, 2013
I do the same thing. Told my brother in law one time that I didn't have anything to say, so I just listen (or read) to what's going on around me.
zoozq
May 10, 2013
Same for me too guys (all genders)! I call it zoning, or in a "funk"....love reading about the world thru all us "crazy4jigs" folk...blessings to all
PATRICIA37
May 10, 2013
I have been reading a lot too, but I do try to say something encouraging about the puzzles.
slippers
May 10, 2013
Well folks, ups I nearly said ladies but there could be a gent or two hiding behind those names we have chosen///I admire those people that can sit back and listen but me I am too loud and out there it's a bad habit of mine and I am really trying hard to say less and listen more but sometimes my false teeth just carry on yapping without my consent, have a nice week anyway.
netta
May 11, 2013
Glad to hear I'm not the only one who "zones out". I was begining to think I might be getting unsociable in my old age!
netta
May 11, 2013
And to you, happy4grandkids - sounds like a plan. I could go for that.
jiggler
May 18, 2013
Oh, Slippers, I know what you mean! I have times like that, and don't you hate it when you get home and it seems all you can remember is your own voice yapping on!!! Probably not quite like that really (I hope! ) but that's how it can feel. :-}
slippers
May 18, 2013
Good to know I am not the only one haha have a good day.
toadalove
May 20, 2013
I have that problem too! Oh well at least none of us is alone on this point!
moore
May 13, 2013
I can just see myself there with a good book.
Basinda
May 10, 2013
My sister vacations often to tropical places like this and sends me pictures of her feet facing the ocean from her lounge chair lol. She has always preferred these beautiful places where I am more for rustic scenes like Alaska and Virginia and anything with mountains and woods.
mountainmama
May 10, 2013
I can understand that! I love the mountains and all the old history that goes with them. However, in Oregon, we have the ocean too. What I like to do is walk on the beach, listen to the waves and then go back home to my mountain. If I can get a ocean fix about once every other year, I call it good. But would much rather be home in the mountains.
aussiesapphire
May 10, 2013
Hi mountainmama, I wrote a poem called "Listening to the Waves" have it on a disk somewhere, but here is another I wrote about six months before I moved to my island which you may enjoy. God bless.

Sitting on the Beach

Brilliant sunshine,
Ocean reflected in a decreasing display,
Wide where the sun appears to be hovering above the sea,
Narrowing toward where the surf
Caresses the sandy shoreline.

An inquisitive gull staring, unblinking
At the intruder into his world,
Perhaps waiting for some morsel of food
To be tossed his way.

A beautiful autumn day dawns as the summer fades,
Hard to believe it is autumn
The day is so perfect.
A cool sea breeze
Breaking the heat of the sun
On skin becoming warm under its touch.

Deserted beach
Only footprints left in the sand by early morning walkers
Revealing others had passed this way.

Sitting there on the beach
Drinking in the beauty and reflecting,
The peace and serenity being absorbed
Into a body tired and worn by a difficult week,
And that week fading slowly,
Body and mind rejuvenated
By the sound of the surging waves
Bathing the sand in a warm embrace,
Each movement of the surf reducing tension and stress.

Thoughts turning toward more pleasant things
Thinking of a lover's touch
And the raw passion to come.

Oh to tarry here, listening, musing and pondering the future,
And lazy summer days
Enjoying life
And the peace which comes about
Sitting on the beach.
(Poem No 589 - 27 May 2001(c))
Basinda
May 11, 2013
You are amazingly talented! that is so beautiful I could cry. It makes me think of my sister who has such a stressful job and why she seeks the comfort of warm sands and sun and rhythmic waves. Thank you for sharing, now I want to go sit on a beach but since I live near Lake Michigan, that will have to suffice :-)
Basinda
May 11, 2013
TO Mountainmama
Thanks for sharing, looks like you have the best of both worlds :-D
aussiesapphire
May 11, 2013
Thank you Basinda, you have quite a way with words yourself.

God bless.
mountainmama
May 12, 2013
Aussiesaphire, that is simply beautiful. Thank you for a such wonderful poem. Do you mind if I copy it? I would like to put it a frame with a background of the Pacific ocean. I know of just the one I have in mind. It may take me a while to do, since my desk top computer is on the fritz. When I am done, I wish I could share it with you and others.
aussiesapphire
May 12, 2013
Hi mountainmama - I would be honoured for you to do that and perhaps we could go through Kevin and C4J to be able to share what you do with it. I would just ask that you put the (c) copyright after my name. Thank you and God bless.
mountainmama
May 13, 2013
Oh, Thank you! You bet you would get the copyright after your name. It will be a couple of months of though. Just am not able to get another keyboard and mouse at this time. Too many other things going on.
God bless you and yours!
pixipixil
May 10, 2013
Morning/evening all. Getting ready for granddaughter to visit. Must batten down the hatches as grandpa will have to do most of the work. It's my day doing the music at church so I won't have the leisure to enjoy her. She's a regular Houdini--gets into and out of everything.
Thank you to all who have promised to pray for her. The hearing for her mother comes up next week and the woman is a danger to all around her yet the law keeps giving her another chance at every one's expense including her own. Please pray they do the right thing by the baby.
Thanks. It's so hard to not be able to fix things and be held hostage to the decisions of others who don't especially care.
JAMP124
May 10, 2013
Your little one will probably remember the times with Grandma and Grandpa as very special.
cindyj28
May 10, 2013
I too will pray for the whole situation with your family and will pray for the judge too..his is the decision that counts. God bless you pixipixil, for you willingness to share.
jmsc9
May 10, 2013
Hello All..I do not usually join the conversation, but child welfare is my heart and former profession. I too will pray for your granddaughter, the judge, and you. It is very stressful on all of you, especially the little one. But love and enjoy her while you have her. That she will remember.
toadalove
May 10, 2013
I will pray too. Bless all that make those decisions and hope they are the right ones.
pixipixil
May 10, 2013
Jamp, cindyj, jmsc, and toadalove:
Thank you so much for your prayers and caring. I don't think there's a chance the baby will be given to the mother. She just has too many issues and warrants against her. The problem is that her involvement puts the child in limbo. Until the mother is totally out of the picture there is little chance of anything stable. Her own mother is very nice and working with us, but I don't know what she (mother's mother)will do when it comes to court. Social services has backed my son. I hope they continue. If he ever lost the child I think he'd go crazy. He has worked so hard and come so far all because of her.
Weenlie
May 10, 2013
Hopefully your son will get sole custody of the child. The courts don't seem to be looking at the big picture that woman is mentally ill and needs treatment she needs to be ordered to seek treatment and keep taking her meds in order to see the child and even the access should be supervised.
mountainmama
May 10, 2013
I have also put your son and granddaughter on our prayer list, Pixipixil. I know the difficulties that go with this from my own families trials. I just hope that it goes better for your family than it did with ours.
aussiesapphire
May 10, 2013
Hi Pixi, my heart goes out to you, please add my prayers to the others on here. God bless.
Barbaranne
May 10, 2013
Pixi, my prayers and those of the community here will be for you and the family also for all who have to make judgements. God bless you and bring peace to you all.
pixipixil
May 10, 2013
Thank you weenlie, mountainmama and ausiesapphire for your prayers. We will need them. My son called a little while ago and said at yesterday's hearing the judge rescinded the order of protection against her sheerly because she got hysterical and had to be removed from the court. Doesn't that sound backwards to you? She has broken into his apartment and demolished it with a hammer. She jumped the girl who took over watching the baby when she was supposed to be in treatment. It doesn't even take a trained professional to see she belongs in a mental ward not visiting a toddler, and yet they drop the protection order because she found another organization (she's been thrown out of three treatment programs because she has a personality disorder) that demanded my son pony up $50 for her to visit with the toddler. (She's 15 mo) I feel like I woke up in a gulag.
lydiagintn
May 10, 2013
I will also be praying for you and your little granddaughter and your son. It can take years for things like this to come to the right outcome and I know it's just the absolute worst, helpless feeling. I finally have custody of my 2 grandsons who are now 17 and 10. They both have issues to deal with even though they spent most of their lives with me- they still went through enough and saw enough with their mom (my daughter) and dads. It's heartbreaking. But, I can tell you that YOU and your husband and son are the stabilizing forces in her world, so stay strong! God willing, it will all turn out right in the end.
pixipixil
May 11, 2013
Thank you lydia. Any time you need prayers I'm here for you, too.
lydiagintn
May 11, 2013
Thanks, can always use prayers! My life is SO blessed with my wonderful boys, a good job, a home, being able to travel, good health all around....I'm very, very happy!
SANTACLAUS
May 10, 2013
Right girls grass skirts at the ready just switching on the music and away we go after 3 1 2 3 right ladies get them hips going and here it is the hula hula dance, 10 minute 's and rest time water break, repeat another 10 minute's now wasn't that more healthier than sat reading a book.
toadalove
May 10, 2013
Santa, you are too funny! I'll just go for the waves and the digging my toes in the sand.
pixipixil
May 10, 2013
A real Polynesian hula is too fast to count. You must be doing the Hawaiian form.
Rozina1010
May 10, 2013
Whatever form I want to hula along. WHEE this is fun! LOL! THANKS a bunch santaclaus this is a great idea!
mountainmama
May 10, 2013
I'm with Toadalove! I'll just dangle my feet in the water and relax for a while. Maybe a nice tall glass of iced tea to go along with it.
aussiesapphire
May 10, 2013
If I did the hula, we would probably have a tsunami of world wide proprotions hahahahaha but God loves me anyway ;)
Rozina1010
May 10, 2013
Not only God aussie but me too and I am sure the rest of us! Cheers!
Barbaranne
May 10, 2013
Aussie I'm with you the island would be swamped if I danced.
pixipixil
May 11, 2013
Sorry Santaclaus. I only meant it as a join in comment, not a correction or criticism. My father was stationed in Bora Bora and he's the one who told me a "real" hula is very fast. I only can do the Hawaiian form. Anybody know "Little Brown Gal? I can teach you the hand moves.
Rozina1010
May 11, 2013
Sorry pix I don't know that one. But yes I have seen Tahitian style dancing with the hips both males and females and Polynesians are also a very attractive looking people. Must be something to that island living.
SANTACLAUS
May 11, 2013
Hi aussiesapphire, it is what you have in your heart that makes you special, we love that is all that counts, have a super week love Santa.
aussiesapphire
May 10, 2013
Beautiful island not unlike where I live, somehow some of us don't take the time to appreciate where we have been placed. Must do something about that.
jiggler
May 10, 2013
I think it must be lovely to live on an island. I imagine the pace of life must be quite different.
SwampLady
May 10, 2013
I also think that we need to appreciate where God has placed us, before we venture to see the world.
mountainmama
May 10, 2013
How right you are, Swamped! I can appreciate your name! I'm feeling that way myself for a while. Just keep thinking: just get one thing done today and don't worry about the rest. Wished it worked though! Ha! Ha!!
SwampLady
May 11, 2013
My name is also about what I see when I look out my window.
PATRICIA37
May 10, 2013
This puzzle looks very nice with a dark blue background.
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