Pasta Balls Jigsaw Puzzle

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elijah13
May 8, 2017
Not sure I would like pasta this way. Doesn't sound too tasty!
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2016
Not a big fan of pasta.

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential of turning a life around." Leo Buscaglia

"A best friend is the only one that walks into your life when the world has walked out." Shannon L. Alder

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Mar 3, 2016
That's using your noodle. Rest well, my friend.
Genaya
Mar 3, 2016
Unwelcome visitors sometimes brings unexpected blessings.( From the little book of Blessings ) Henry Ward Beecher.
pixipixil
Mar 3, 2016
Ha-ha ParsonW. They know how to have a ball.
aknan
Mar 3, 2016
I'm with Leo - we often overlook the small things we can do that makes life better, for both us and others. Smile at a stranger today and see what happens. Hugs, aussie.
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2016
Hi aknan, thank you. Off to Bunnings this morning to do some shopping for repairs etc. Not sure if you have them over there, big hardware shop carrying all sorts of things and a garden centre as well. One of my plants went to heaven, so need to replace it as well as a couple pulled out by my overenthusiastic "weeder" lol. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2016
Good one parson wayne, put a smile on my face to start my day.
mamag15
Mar 3, 2016
That was good ParsomW. :)
ParsonWayne
Mar 8, 2016
I was a "pasta" for 53 years.
pixipixil
Mar 8, 2016
Guess that kept you using your noodle. What denomination?
ParsonWayne
Mar 10, 2016
United Methodist
pixipixil
Mar 10, 2016
I'm Catholic. My husband was training to become a brother but eventually felt it was not for him and went back to secular life. I met him 2 years later.
I don't know much about the Methodist faith except that it's Christian. We have a friend who is a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church.
pixipixil
Mar 10, 2016
ParsonW we do a lot of praying for eachother and praising God so you should feel right at home if you don't already know that. We also enjoy a good laugh.
mamag15
Mar 11, 2016
Amen to that Pixi. It is nice to finally find a group where we can laugh together, cry together, and pray for each other even if we have never physically seen each other. God knows who we are and what each of our needs are. I believe that is why He put us together. I guess even God knows we can be "puzzling" at times even for this Southern Baptist. God loves us all. :)
aussiesapphire
Mar 12, 2016
Beautifully put mamag - hugs.
ParsonWayne
Mar 12, 2016
I just lost a friend last evening - awaiting a lung transplant - and he owned 7 or 8 hardware stores / gardening centers.
pixipixil
Mar 12, 2016
Prayers for your friend and the family in grief.
aussiesapphire
Mar 13, 2016
So sad parsonwayne, unfortunately at our age (and I am assuming you are in your 70's) it is a fact of life that more and more of our friends pass away. Take care. Hugs.
mamag15
Mar 13, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss Parson Wayne. Prayers going up for the family.
May it comfort you to know that, your loved one is safe in God's care now, and that friends are praying for you in your time of sorrow.

The righteous man perishes, and no one lays it to heart; devout men are taken away, while no one understands. For the righteous man is taken away from calamity; she enters into peace; they rest tin their beds who walk in their uprightness. Isaiah 57:1-2
ParsonWayne
Mar 13, 2016
I am in my 70's [76], but he was only in his early 50's. As a great man of God said to Dr. Warren Weirsbe when he tried to comfort him in the loss of his wife, "If you know where they are, you haven't lost them." Thank you all for your prayers for that family.
I also realize, the more people my age who have died, the less peer pressure there is.
Hugs to each of you.
pixipixil
Mar 3, 2016
I couldn't figure out what was in the glass on the right. It looked like a lemon floating in something. Now I see it's a cruet (sp? ) of olive oil.
March is such a schizophrenic month. We were int he teens overnight and in a few days re due to hit 70. My poor plants are so confused. The bulbs are a few inches up already and the hyacinths are starting to show flower buds. My birthday is the day b4 Easter so if the crzy weather doesn't kill them, I may have flowers for my birthday.
Wishing you happy thoughts.
Barbaranne
Mar 3, 2016
We will not have daffodils in the garden for Easter, they started to flower before Christmas and now they are over. It has been so mild we have not had a proper winter.
lillysmith2
Mar 3, 2016
May you have flowers for all your Birthdays! We're having weird weather in northeast Iowa. Snow then 60s, then more snow then 60s again! Crazy.
pixipixil
Mar 4, 2016
Thanks lillysmith. I hope your birthday is also full of blooms--whenever that may be.
pixipixil
Mar 4, 2016
Barbaranne, a quince in my yard was getting ready to have a single flower just around Christmas but the cold got to it first. We did drive past a house that had a forsythia blooming, though.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 4, 2016
Pixipixil, I can look out my window over my computer and see both forsythias in full bloom & both of the quince are in full bloom. Temp is suppose to get to 70 today. We have had a mild winter this year.
drawback
Mar 4, 2016
We have 4 - 5 times as many Daffs blooming in our front garden / lawn here in Lincolnshire as last year, yet we did not plant any more last Autumn, so where on earth have they come from?
CatLadyOKC
Mar 4, 2016
Daffs are one that will divide them selves, they need to be dug up after several years and replant (spread the bulbs out again) they will coke themselves out overtime. Mine are blooming here too, they are on the east side of house & can't see them from inside, but they can be seen from the front or back yard.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 4, 2016
Sp...fingers did the own thing the word is "Choke" Not "coke".
drawback
Mar 8, 2016
Yeah, I know that, CatLady, but explain the fact that 19 are growing on our lawn, and we have done absolutely no work on the front garden in the past 12 months except occasionally mowing the lawn, concentrating instead our efforts on the rear garden, and they are widely separated plants
pixipixil
Mar 8, 2016
Varmints don't like to eat daffies but they might have dug them up thinking they were something else, then burying them for a snack only to discover they tasted awful.
CatLadyOKC
Mar 8, 2016
My daffs haven't done that but my hyacinths have done that, maybe the squirrels are moving them....
pixipixil
Mar 8, 2016
My hyacinths get smaller each year. I think the moles or chipmunks nibble on them.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Mar 6, 2016
The pasta looks cute rolled into blooms.
Starrphyre
Mar 3, 2016
Remember the commercial with the little old lady who was demanding, "Where's the beef?! " That is what I'm thinking with this puzzle picture.
Jingles
Mar 3, 2016
I think that little old lady found the beef and ate it all. Ha ha....she was with Wendy's. Wendy's left our town and I really miss them.
SwampLady
Mar 3, 2016
My first thought was of " I can't believe I ate the whole thing" from a commercial from the sixties. It featured a woman feeding her husband spaghetti.
lillysmith2
Mar 3, 2016
SwampLady..remember the commercial for Tums where the guy said " That's a spicy meataball!! "? He actually pronounced meatball with an "a" in the middle. Goodness, how old are we?
SwampLady
Mar 4, 2016
Old enough to remember the good stuff. I got so sick of hearing "man are you old" at work from the under 30 co-workers, That I told them that it wasn't my fault they were born too late.
aknan
Mar 4, 2016
Great comeback, SwampLady!
SwampLady
Mar 6, 2016
Thank you
ctjan
Mar 3, 2016
This puzzle was difficult for me. Maybe I need to eat my lunch now.
dbnc2
Mar 4, 2016
It was hard for me too
jimbo1940
Mar 3, 2016
I have become addicted to this game, but lookiing at the completion times, there is some competition out there
dbnc2
Mar 4, 2016
I am addicted also
i stay on to much but enjoy every minute of it
gmamarthel9
Mar 4, 2016
I love these puzzles. I had a stroke two years and the puzzles help my memory workouts. I do them everyday. I really enjoy the USA ones.
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