Lavender Sea Salt Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of lavender scented sea salt. The scented sea salt, lavender colored towels and lavender soap are ready for the spa.

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rahrah1820
Oct 13, 2017
When I first saw this, I thought it was a pastry roll!
puzzlelover20
Oct 14, 2017
It does look like that.
fiestyolelady
Jul 12, 2017
Couldn't figure out what this was.
elijah13
Oct 29, 2016
Love lavender. Can almost smell it now. Wish I had some.
Genaya
Jul 17, 2016
The is showing you what you could do in your Bathroom to make it look nice, but you do have to love the Colours.Nice Puzzle
kjd3682
Feb 28, 2016
Such lovely colors...hi everyone, it's been a couple weeks, just haven't felt up to sitting at the computer. WAY too many medical appointments, but hopefully 'we' are on the right track now...
orinoco
Feb 28, 2016
I hear you, KJD. In my case, been battling insomnia yet again. All my email friends must think I dried up and blew away!
Starrphyre
Feb 28, 2016
Kjd3682, I don't know what your medical problems might be, but I sure hope they disappear promptly and you are 100% AOK PDQ!
KNadineM
Feb 28, 2016
Prayers for you that everything gets better for you.
nannynoonoo
Feb 28, 2016
.I hope you are. so much of the battle when you're ill is finding out what's wrong with you before they can think of how to treat you. but then everything that you get wrong with you is blamed on your diagnosed illness! even a common cold!! Good luck Do hope you are picking up fast. As for today's jiggy, how I wish I could get into a bath to use nice smellies like those!
ParsonWayne
Feb 28, 2016
Will be praying for you today, kjd3682,
xyxyxyxx
Feb 28, 2016
Hope you're ok kjd...I'm curious about your use of "we"...?
nlbuchanan
Feb 28, 2016
Starrphyre, I haven't heard anyone use the term PDQ in a very long time. We had a fast food place here when I was a child that was called PDQ Burgers (or PDQ something). Thanks for the memory.
Starrphyre
Feb 29, 2016
Nlbuchanan, I have gotten so "mature", I can't remember what is old fashioned. I am apt to come up with more. My son has to laugh at me sometimes for old stuff I say. I don't care at all!
Some stuff is tried and true. Why toss it out for some jazzy new thing?
orinoco
Feb 29, 2016
I think "we" refers to the doctors or whoever is picking the treatments. Hope they get it right instead of just fobbing you off for awhile. As I get older I get more band-aid treatment and less real concern, as I'm always told "it's an age thing."
kjd3682
Mar 5, 2016
Thanks everyone for the nice thoughts and prayers...currently in a treatment that will take about 5-5 weeks to show if it's successful...hope so...
KNadineM
Mar 6, 2016
I hope so too, kjd3682.
xyxyxyxx
Mar 6, 2016
Me too kjd3682....sending healing thoughts & prayers your way.
kjd3682
Mar 9, 2016
Hi everyone. I've been battling one continuous headache since mid November. They're calling it New Daily Persistent Headache (yes, that's an actual diagnosis). Into week 2 of current meds, still no progress. Any 'granny' tried and true cures out there? at this point I'm desperate enough to try toenail stew or mud pies if I thought they'd work! lol
KNadineM
Mar 9, 2016
Sorry, I don't know of anything off hand. Maybe you can do a Google search for some natural or holistic cures or if you don't feel up to it, have a friend or family member do it for you.
aussiesapphire
Mar 10, 2016
Kjd - try lavender oil on the temples - it has a natural sleep inducer in it. Great for falling asleep, so must relax the muscles somewhat. Let's know if it helps. Hugs.
orinoco
Mar 10, 2016
Lavendar essential oil, just a drop or two on the forehead or back of the neck helps a bit. Make sure it's edible-quality. Horsetail fern tea helps some, but tastes awful. You could try lavendar tea too but it tastes worse.

I've had daily headaches since I was about 16, now 53. Meds don't really help in my experience. Reduce caffiene, soda and fast food, and to relieve stress, try yoga or Pilates. And then of course there is prayer. You're in my pocket, KJD.
xyxyxyxx
Mar 10, 2016
There looks to be a lot of info on this from my quick google search kjd....sorry to hear you're having such a rough time.
aussiesapphire
Mar 10, 2016
What a lovely thought Orinoco, "you're in my pocket" :) Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Mar 20, 2016
Aknan, I have no intention of stopping the puns. It's an affliction I have learned to live with and my wife would love to find a cure. :-)
ParsonWayne
May 5, 2016
My doctor said when I asked for the reason for my insomnia was to just sleep on it. I prefer to sleep on my bed.
xyxyxyxx
May 6, 2016
I'm glad you brought this thread of comments back ParsonWayne because I've been concerned about kjd3682 since I haven't seen her on here since that last post in March about her headaches...I hope she sees this and lets us know if she is ok.
kjd3682
May 10, 2016
Hello everyone...I didn't think the headaches were enough so for added attention I tripped and let my face take the the brunt of the fall on the sidewalk...been laid up for a couple weeks. Long story short, the top teeth went thru the bottom lip, stitches inside and out. Still 'learning' to eat solid foods, but doing much better. Scheduled for a CT scan tomorrow just as a precaution. I'll keep you posted.
nlbuchanan
May 11, 2016
Oh dear! I hope everything shows up ok on the scan. Pray recovery is quick and as painless as possible. God be with you. NLB
orinoco
May 11, 2016
Oh golly, hope you're doing OK. That sounds painful--and scary!!
ParsonWayne
May 11, 2016
Kjd, you are in our thoughts and prayers today for a speedy recovery. We miss you when you aren't on here.
xyxyxyxx
May 11, 2016
Wow- you are certainly going through tough times kjd. Good luck tomorrow and thanks for keeping us posted!
kjd3682
May 18, 2016
Got the CT results, no fractures, Thank you Lord! I continue to do better. It's been a month now, and last night was the first time I was able to use my CPAP mask again...nice to get some 'real' sleep for a change. Thanks again for all the kind thoughts and prayers, you folks are the best! The funny part to all of this? The headaches were actually starting to improve right before I threw my head against the sidewalk! ;-)
xyxyxyxx
May 19, 2016
So glad you had good results...and even more glad your sense of humor is intact :) Sleep deprivation is a big deal and could very well have contributed to your fall. Hoping you continue to sleep well and heal. Thanks for the update!
judipd
Mar 9, 2016
Beautiful colors my favorite
KNadineM
Feb 28, 2016
The towels make me think of Hostess Ho-Ho's except with purple food coloring. Or it could be blueberry or raspberry flavored. lol.
SwampLady
Feb 28, 2016
I thought of a jelly roll cake and a bowl of candy. It made me hungry.
A case of great minds think alike.
nlbuchanan
Feb 28, 2016
I was with swamplady in thinking it looked like a jelly roll cake - with coconut tinted the beautiful color of lavender.
KNadineM
Mar 1, 2016
Oh yeah, I can see that too!
Starrphyre
Feb 28, 2016
Lovely set up for a bath. Is that right? A bath? Beautiful and inviting, but I am apparently not sophisticated enuf to know what to do with lavender scented sea salt.
I guess it goes into the bath. Does it dissolve right away? It seems to me that it might be kinda crunchy to sit your bare bottom on it if that is the case.
xyxyxyxx
Feb 28, 2016
I use lavender epsom salt which dissolves quickly...I think that's probably what this is too....very relaxing.
orinoco
Feb 28, 2016
You sprinkle them in when you first turn on the bath, so the current of water helps wash them around and dissolve them. Then you swash any bits around with your hand before getting in.

It does seem odd to me to add salt to the bathwater, and yet rinse seawater off when you come in from a swim...but in hardwater areas, it might help.
cindyj28
Feb 28, 2016
Yes, they do dissolve almost instantly. And leave a delightful scent.
OzSomeOne
Feb 28, 2016
Crunchy bottom - what a mental picture that gave me - made me Laugh Out Loud! Can't answer your question tho - I'm a "shower" girl, not into soaking in a tub.
mamag15
Feb 28, 2016
I would rather shower although Ia good soaking would feel good except I cannot sit in a bathtub because I have trouble getting out ever since I had my knee replacements.
JoyceRogers
Feb 29, 2016
I'm with you Mamag! I used to love soaking in essential oils and epsom salts, but the bathtub is totally out now. I wish I could get one of those walk-in tubs where you can sit in comfort and soak...It's on my bucket list!
Starrphyre
Feb 29, 2016
I have looked at the ads for those walk-in tubs--I fear they are terribly $pendy. What I want to know is do you walk in and sit down and wait and wait for it to fill up and when you are ready to get out, do you have to sit there and wait and wait 'till it drains? Sounds like pretty chilly business to me! Brrrr!
JoyceRogers
Mar 1, 2016
I've wondered the same thing! My husband wonders how much the water bill would go up to fill it up every day. Someday I'll get brave and call someplace and ask...
Starrphyre
Mar 1, 2016
Cool. Let me know what you find out! I can't afford one--I don't want to make payments on anything any more!
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