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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a Japanese crane also known as the red-crowned crane. The red-crowned crane is mostly white with a patch of red on the head.

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aussiesapphire
Aug 11, 2018
"View life as a series of movie frames, the ending and meaning may not be apparent until the very end of the movie, and yet, each of the hundreds of individual frames has meaning within the context of the whole movie.

"View your life from your funeral, looking back at your life experiences, what have you accomplished? what would you have wanted to accomplish but didn't? what were the happy moments? what were the sad? what would you do again, and what you wouldn't? " —Victor Frankl


Good night and God bless.
aussiesapphire
Aug 11, 2018
For those who have been praying for my friend Lyn in New Zealand. She has moved into her new place but has been very ill for the last two weeks. The doctor thinks her cancer may have come back. Your ongoing prayers will be appreciated. Hugs.
pixipixil
Aug 11, 2018
Sure thing.
darambo
Aug 11, 2018
Aussie more prayers for your friend Lyn on the way, hope her doctors are wrong. Maybe worse because of having to move? I know I usually end with "be safe" but I am sending you a really big hug for being such a good friend. Now I'll say " be safe" my friend and take care. Please let us know how Lyn is doing.
nborchardt
Aug 11, 2018
Thank you for the update, Aussie, and will continue to day prayers for her, her family and friends. Blessings.
nborchardt
Aug 11, 2018
Blessings, my friend, and thank you for the wonderful quotes you put out each day.
mamag15
Aug 11, 2018
Thank you for the update on Lyn Aussie. She will be in our continued prayers. Your second makes a person really think. Thank you my friend.
ParsonWayne
Aug 11, 2018
Please keep us posted on Lyn's condition. There is power in prayer.
leia7
Aug 11, 2018
May God bless your friend, Lyn, with good health and free of cancer. May God bless you too, Aussie :)
carolsapple
Aug 12, 2018
Yeah plz keep us posted on Lyn's condition. Send prayers and hope it improves.
JoyceRogers
Aug 12, 2018
Aussie, your second quote is so fitting for today. I attended a funeral this morning that made me think the very same things! Jody was a member of the same MS support group that I attend. The church this morning was filled with family and many, many friends. Everyone spoke of this little bundle of dynamite that was filled with life, even while her body was failing. She was extremely intelligent, a world traveler (on very little money! ), and a sense of humor that had every room laughing with life stories and her sharp come-backs. She lived every minute of her short life (58 years young) with gusto, and the motto, "Do it NOW! " I can only hope that people remember me with Half of the wonderful things that people said of Jody today! RIP Jody. You are loved!
aussiesapphire
Aug 12, 2018
Thank you all for your prayers on behalf of Lyn, I will be calling here next weekend and will let you know how she is. Hugs to all of you and God bless. What a great bunch of people on here :)
carolsapple
Aug 16, 2018
I had an aunt and a grandmother that was a world traveller. She's skied everywhere all over the us and europe. On one visit to my parents we asked what was new. She replies Oh I'm going Tiger Trekking in India. We all went oh wow! I thought interesting but I'll pass and don't want to be eaten by a Tiger.
ParsonWayne
Aug 31, 2018
So you chews not to go on the Tiger Trekking, CA? Do you not care that they may be starving to death? LOL.
carolsapple
Sep 4, 2018
PW - Yeah there maybe ppl that are starving to death. Our family felt that was quite bold and scary that's all. I know that I couldn't do it. I love animals. I always think of those quotes from and puns.
ParsonWayne
Sep 10, 2018
I was talking about the tigers starving to death, CA.
aussiesapphire
Sep 11, 2018
:) they would get a good feed off me PW but hey I am not in the mood hehehehe. Hugs to you and Mrs PW
ParsonWayne
Sep 14, 2018
And hugs to you, too, from me and the Mrs, AS
carolsapple
Sep 14, 2018
Sorry didn't know anything about tigers starving to death.
pixipixil
Sep 17, 2018
Carol--PW is just pulling your leg, I think. He's a great joker.
ParsonWayne
Sep 18, 2018
I resemble that. I never touched her foot. That reminds me of a question I have: For the countries who use the metric system, do they have meters instead of feet at the end of their legs?
aussiesapphire
Sep 18, 2018
Depends on how drunk they are PW. lol - hugs.
ParsonWayne
Sep 21, 2018
Good answer, AS., And hugs to you, too.
carolsapple
Aug 12, 2018
I think I've seen these birds.
jas6415
Aug 11, 2018
These are beautiful birds, Quite common in Japanese gardens especially around the many castles in the country
ParsonWayne
Aug 11, 2018
If that's all the bigger the cranes are in Japan, how do they build some of their tall buildings. And if the buildings are already built, shouldn't they be called builtings?
tshepherd24
Aug 11, 2018
Nice looking Japanese Crane. Good puzzle.
rahrah1820
Aug 11, 2018
Good morning everyone!
elijah13
Aug 11, 2018
Pretty bird!
dbnc2
Aug 11, 2018
Not hard to do this morning
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