Mediterranean Window Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle of a small window on a house in the Mediterranean. The window has brown wooden shutters and pretty flowers.

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debbie8327
May 22, 2017
Very pretty
KwkClkrSwkr68
May 17, 2017
Very pretty with the flowers!
jas6415
May 11, 2017
This one give me a headache but it was fun to do
Taffi
May 11, 2017
Yeah, I've got a bad headache too, so leaving it alone. Need to wind some yarn into balls.
Taffi
May 12, 2017
It's finally done. Took some time to get back to it lol
aussiesapphire
May 11, 2017
Such a pretty display - God bless all of you. Hugs.
BayGrannie
May 11, 2017
Aussie--are you a gardener? Since I've been chatting w/the puzzlers, I haven't read anything Except the heat & then the storms--here in RI, now we're still only hitting 60 in Aft & 40F at night. I bought tons of bulbs & wildflowers & need to get them planted! Hugs & Blessings right back at ya.
kittycat77
May 11, 2017
Here in Fl and don't garden. No place. Enjoy mothers day in RI as I understand you are going to have rain. Send some down here
aussiesapphire
May 11, 2017
Hi Bay Grannie, I am an avid gardener and lots of things are beginning to sprout as we come into winter. I put in 12 freesia bulbs a few weeks ago and six of them are up and some Dutch Iris last year two of them are already up. I have many grevilleas which attract the rainbow lorikeets and lots of begonias and hippeastrums as well as geraniums and pelargoniums. Cannot garden as I used to spending three hours at a time keeping up with the weeds as my back and hip complain too much, but I have a garden chair (a plastic one) where I sit and recover for a while then get back to the gardening. Too bad we cannot send pictures on here. I also have a little outdoor room where I breakfast each day for most of the year, and have lots of pots with sun jewels, easter cactus, and other plants. I throw my dishwater on the pots and have a couple of very healthy tomato plants which have come up. I have a friend who is great with African violets and she gives me one each year for Christmas which I manage to kill :( however this year it is coming into its second flowering and a leaf fell off and I stuck it in another pot and I now have a brand new plant. Sorry BayGrannie as you can see, I do love my garden and tend to rabbit on a bit lol. Hugs.
BayGrannie
May 12, 2017
Aussie-(my inspiration)--so you are a master gardner. I felt that someone so close to the Lord would be! I shall continue my prayer basket for yours & mine & everyone else who needs spiritual help. We have a Carmelite Monastery down at the beach. I will attend a retreat there in the Prayer House come warmer weather--send me your worries & I will get counsel for everyone close to me.
pixipixil
May 11, 2017
I think that may be a door and a balcony rather than a window. One would not be able to open those shutters and plant the flowers which aren't in window boxes but in pots behind the wooden railing. At least it looks that way to me. The geraniums and petunias are lovely.
A new plague has hit the garden--botryptis fungus which made my tulips look like they had burnt petal edges and liver spots. The gardening sites say to dig up and destroy the diseased plants but it's already all over the yard so I guess it's another year of watching my hard work and money spent die.
Wishing you all healthy gardens.
aknan
May 11, 2017
Pixi, I think you're right - it's a balcony with louvered doors.
pixipixil
May 11, 2017
Thanks, aknan. G to know you see it too.
pixipixil
May 11, 2017
Good
nlbuchanan
May 11, 2017
Agreed. Those photographers should label their pix as they go rather than relying on memory or sight. They can't get much past all of our eagle eyes (even with our failing eyesight! ).
bobby37
May 11, 2017
I second that!
nlbuchanan
May 11, 2017
Love the window boxes that flourish in the Mediterranean. We don't really have the climate for it here. The sun shining on them just gets too very hot. It doesn't take many 100 degree F days to make them very unhappy.

God bless you all. NLB
elijah13
May 11, 2017
Love the flowers against the beautiful wall.
JAMP124
May 11, 2017
Love it!
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