Jingle Bells Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free jigsaw puzzle of two Christmas bells. The red and gold bells are decorated with stars.

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aussiesapphire
Dec 15, 2012
This is really a beautiful time of the year with all these reminders from C4J - thank you. I hope you are all enjoying it as much as I am with this being my first Christmas as a married woman after 31 years. One sad note, our hearts go out to those people in Connecticut who lost loved ones this day. Our prayers are with you.
JAMP124
Dec 15, 2012
There was a tv clip of the Newtown priest talking to his congregation. He told of one of the little victims who was looking forward to being an angel in the church pageant. "Now there are 20 angels. "
netta
Dec 15, 2012
May I add my condolences to that. How many lives have been shattered by this senseless tragedy? Our hearts go out to all those affected, including those who witnessed it. You are in our prayers.
KNadineM
Dec 15, 2012
Not to take away from thoughts and condolences for the families of the victims and all affected in that tragedy, I also want to say congratulations to you aussiesapphire on your 1st Christmas as a married woman.
jajac
Dec 15, 2012
Oh yes, ireally agree with you, aussiesapphire, lets us think of all those famillies whose xmas won't be as good as it should have been....
God give them peace where they are!
abacii
Dec 15, 2012
Newtown is actually a very old town. I worked in Danbury for several years and commuted through Newtown. I attended many concerts and seminars at the meeting hall. There is a very tall flagpole in the center of the intersection of the main routes (25 & 6) and all directions are given from that point. We always thought of this as a quaint New England village because of the friendly people and all the very old homes. It is the opposite of what anyone would call a "big city".
Barbaranne
Dec 15, 2012
I join my prayers with yours, it is always sad to lose a child but more so at this time of the year. I hope that they will find some peace in the love of Our Lord.
unamary
Dec 15, 2012
All those beautiful lives lost so awful, I pray for peace in this world but cant see it.
terabyte
Dec 15, 2012
I agree with everyone's comments and couldn't express it better. Our word for the day is peace. Even though peace seems to be lost in the world we can still have peace in our own homes and lives. My prayers go out to everyone and Newtown. What a senseless tragedy for the whole town and especially the little babies who were just beginning their tiny little lives! And congratulations to aussiesapphire! I feel like we puzzelers are a little "family" and we feel joy as you celebrate your first Christmas with someone you love. May we all find peace this Christmas season!
sunsetsky
Dec 15, 2012
I also agree. My heart, thoughts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the victims. May God give them peace and comfort.
aussiesapphire
Dec 15, 2012
What an amazing bunch of people we have on this site!!!!! You can feel the love. It is a privilege to be part of such a group and I am so glad to have become a part of this jigsaw community.
terabyte
Dec 15, 2012
What a beautiful thought!
cindyj28
Dec 15, 2012
I agree, aussiesapphire. Congrats on your new life and may you have many happy Christmas's as a new wife. And Yes, My heart goes out to those families and that stupid tragedy in Newtown. No reason at all for behavior like that. May we learn to have peace in our hearts especially at Christmas.
PATRICIA37
Dec 15, 2012
Yes our hearts and thoughts are with those who are grieving their loved ones.
jaffacat
Feb 1, 2013
Me too. Hi all, just started doing the puzzles a week ago. Quite addictive, can't seem to tear myself away once I start doing them! The housework can wait!
Judithann
Dec 17, 2012
I can't stop thinking about the tragedy in Connecticut today, especially while I was with my 86 yr old Mom in the er this am. ( She's fine). I can't get this out of my mind, my special needs grandson I'm raising is a lot like this 20 yr old. I have lost grandchildren, I know the pain. May God watch over all those families. My heart is with them. God bless all of you here at C4J as well.
jedwardlover
Dec 17, 2012
Yes, same. God bless all the families who have lost someone close to them especially close to Christmas.
zoozq
Dec 16, 2012
For every bell you hear ring-another Angel just got its wings......
sunny7
Dec 16, 2012
My prayers are with the families in Ct, its hard to quit thinking of it.
I ejoyed this puzzle crazy for this jigsaw
sunny7
Dec 16, 2012
The tragic in Ct is so sad, my prayers go out to all the families

I like this puzzle thank you
maxinelangford
Dec 15, 2012
So cheerful. How sad the tradgedy in connecticut touched me proundly. I cried like it was my loss. What a troubled world we live in.
trynfindit
Dec 15, 2012
When my mother passed away several days before Christmas, some years ago, a friend gave me a poem entitled, "i'm Spending Christmas With Jesus This Year. " It's one of the first things I thought of when hearing about the tragedy in Connecticut. The url is http://www.abundantfun.com/poems/poemn70.html. (You'll have to cut and paste the url. ) The poem meant a lot to me and still does.
PATRICIA37
Dec 15, 2012
I just read the poem it is very beautiful and moving. Thank you trynfindit
misty76leigh
Dec 15, 2012
As was said in 'it's a Wonderful life', every time you hear a bell ring, an angel gets their wings. Yesterday, there were probably a number of bells ringing. :(
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