Snow on Berries Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle of small red berries on a tree. Winter snow lightly covers the berries and branches.

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JUDY2014
Dec 30, 2016
Well you never get to see frozen berries in Fla.
nlbuchanan
Jul 15, 2015
Wow! The last person to comment here was in 2013 and here I am two years later. It's a puzzle and a mystery where this picture might have been for two years.
JUDY2014
Dec 30, 2016
Frozen in time.
Genaya
Jul 30, 2016
Love to see the frost on the berries and then the sunshine to melt it away for a wonderful day after frost we always get a great lot of sunshine.
fiestyolelady
Aug 20, 2015
My niece went to the grocery store to get toliet paper during WW2 There was none. the groceier told us she said " What will we wipe on. She was about 5 then.
eileenjo1
Jun 20, 2013
I was born at the beginning of WWII, I love hearing all your stories of pre-war and postwar rationing. My mum had a hard time when we had to go to the grocery store. My dad brought home vegetables from b&b's when he was away from home.
Basinda
Jun 20, 2013
I was born in 1959, so I am post era but I was raised by my Grandparents and my Grandma would pull out the ration books she had leftover and show them to us, it helped us understand how things were and why she taught us to save our money and store things up incase of hard times, she had my Grandfather build so many cupboards in our basement and she would shop with coupons, it looked like a store down there, And then I remember my favorite part was when she let me look at the letters my Uncle Frankie would write to my Mother, she was a little girl and she wrote to him as he was stationed in different places an army photographer, the letters were airmail and very small brown paper, I would open them carefully and read them with my sisters, My mother passed away when I was 15 months old so it was nice to read these letters he wrote to her, helped us feel connected.
My Uncle Frankie took pictures and some of them were horrible bodies in pits and from all the evil Hitler had done and he came back having lost one lung but more then that he had a nervous breakdown from all he had seen and never stopped shaking, I remember watching his hands as he talked and they trembled. He died in 2001 from cancer, God rest his soul.
Ragnhild
Jan 2, 2013
I didn't find it easy but it's very pretty and worth doing!!
Barbaranne
Dec 28, 2012
I collected these as a child for school, then we were given 3p lb for them so that some firm would make rosehip syrup from them as a source of vit. C. This is not an easy puzzle but a nice one
aussiesapphire
Dec 28, 2012
Hi Barbaranne - lots of work for little remuneration, but I bet you thought you were rich after the harvest. It seems at times that we were satisfied with much less than the children of today with all their computer games etc. But then you and I and all those on here could not be chatting to people on the other side of the world if it were not for the advent of computers. :)
Barbaranne
Dec 28, 2012
3p aussiesapphire was a lot of money in those days, we could by a farthings worth of sweet to treat ourselves and to share
aussiesapphire
Dec 28, 2012
Yes, I can remember when an ice cream cone was 3p - and you could go to the movies for one shilling, equivalent those days to 12 cents - gee whiz I am getting old lol.
jiggler
Dec 30, 2012
I was born in England during the ww2, strict rationing and all that, but new mums could get a special ration of orange juice for their babies, or they could have rosehip syrup instead, to provide Vitamin C - because fresh fruit was scarce as hens' teeth! In fact they used to cut a parsnip lengthwise, soak it in banana essence, and have Mock Banana!!
Barbaranne
Dec 30, 2012
We did that but with turnip in pineapple juice
jiggler
Dec 30, 2012
Oh, I've never heard of that one - would work well, I expect, as turnip tastes quite nice. Remember the excitement, during post-war rationing, of finding an actual orange and apple in the Christmas stocking - in mid-winter!!
Barbaranne
Dec 31, 2012
Oranges yes but we had an orchard so apples were common-place.
arlenez
Dec 29, 2012
Yikes! Hard one.
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