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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of crocus flowers. The lovely flowers are a pretty white, purple, and yellow.

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phillyinpa
Apr 19, 2018
Love Crocus. They are such a delight after a long cold winter. Beautiful but did take a little extra time
debbie8327
Mar 24, 2018
So pretty but so hard!!!
mamag15
Mar 22, 2018
We got some news on hubby's exam from Monday. His A1C is still at 10 and his kidney function is getting worse from the diabetes. The Dr. wants him to up his insulin to110 units a day and give her a report on his blood count for the next two weeks. His lungs sounded clear and he did lose 9 pounds. She also says he can start going a little bit each day without the O2. It seems one thing starts to get better but then something else gets worse. It seems like a never-ending battle.
I hope ya'll have a wonderful and blessed day.
aknan
Mar 22, 2018
Baby steps, mamag, but some progress. Kidney function is a problem for all diabetics; perhaps the insulin increase will help both the kidney and A1C. I keep praying...
marine5153
Mar 22, 2018
I'm also a "mamag" :-) And, we know how to keep the faith. So, hang in there and I will keep you both in my prayers. I might add, I'm also an old (very old) Marine. A young man at church always calls me mamag. :-)
twoofustoo
Mar 22, 2018
Here's hoping he gets better each day. have kept my diabetes under 7 for the last 15 years, my blood pressure is all over the place, my neourophty is staying under control,, doctor released me from his care for peripheral vascular disease doing as well as I can, bladder cancer is under control, my kidneys are loaded with stones and I have cysts also, no problems with heart since my double by pass, and now I have the prostate cancer popped up this past October getting treated now, I also have skin cancer that is under control. I know the true meaning of one thing after another good luck
nlbuchanan
Mar 22, 2018
Oh, mamag15, what a hard row you hoe. God be with you both with His healing and strengthening hands.
trynfindit
Mar 22, 2018
I've got an appointment next week to talk to a surgeon about my doing a gastric sleeve.
Does your husband take only one insulin shot per day? I've been on three a day - one before each meal - and a longer release one at night (each injection amount depending on my blood test numbers). I don't know if your hubby has type 1 or type 2 though.
bluesweets1963
Mar 23, 2018
Mamag sending you and your husband prayers. He will get his A1C down my brother's was much higher then that and now it is down too where it should be. He had to work hard to get it there. I also have diabetes but mine is controlled with Metformen. But this past October I ended up int he hospital for 5 days with stroke symptoms. But they ruled that out but the doctors are not sure what is going on with me. Since I am still having numbness on my left side on some parts of my body. But I am finally able to go back to work part time after 4 months.
mamag15
Mar 23, 2018
Trynfindit, hubby is type 2 and he has a hard time controlling the numbers. He gets 2 shots a day, one in the morning and one at night. I am afraid that if this does not start improving, he may have to try something else. His B/P was normal this time around where usually it runs high. I appreciate all your prayers and concerns. I pray for that all goes well with your upcoming visit and you make out okay. Ya'll are my prayer warriors and very much appreciated by myself and Joe as well. He told me to thank each f of you and he is s grateful for the support we have been given. God bless ya'll and again, THANK YOU!!!!
trynfindit
Mar 24, 2018
Bluesweets, in 2016 my hubby had what I thought was a stroke - very slurred speech, etc. - and we called 911 and paramedics took him to the hospital. He had been having some things going on over the years - bouts of hiccups, a little confusion now and then, 'drop foot' on his left side and a few other things that never seemed connected to each other. In the hospital, after running some tests including an MRI and a spinal tap and the vascular neurologist determined that he did not have a stroke but what he had was Multiple Sclerosis. While he was in the hospital we all noticed that the left side of his face, mostly in the area of his left eye, drooped some. I was still thinking, before they did the MRI that he may have had a stroke due to the drooping but the MRI and the spinal tap showed lesions in his brain and spine that confirmed the diagnosis of MS. My hubby also has some nerve damage on his left side and a lot of nerve damage in his left leg.
Again, I am NOT telling you this to scare you or say that since my husband had this you may have the same thing. But it's certainly worth checking out.
Hugs and prayers.
mamag15
Mar 24, 2018
Bluesweets, Those symptoms could also be signs of Bell's Palsy. My mom had the same thing and we thought it was a stroke. She had trouble with her left side up until the day she died in her 80's. I am glad you are able to go back to work even if it is part time.
trynfindit
Mar 24, 2018
Excellent advice mamag.
JAMP124
Mar 24, 2018
Blue and yellow and white is a nice combination ---- with green!
Shoshana1
Mar 23, 2018
Lovely flowers. This one was quite a challenge for me.
jas6415
Mar 23, 2018
A pretty field of flowers but another super hard one for me
ginaSalonica
Mar 22, 2018
More difficult than I thought...
pixipixil
Mar 22, 2018
This is so pretty. I lanted crocus for last spring and the varmints got them. The few that appered were eaten by deer. Chased one out of the yard at 2 am this morning. If I didn't live close to neighbors and had the solitude of woods and mountains I'd consider it a fair trade off. But I live tooth by jowl with neighbors all around on a busy street and still have to put up with it. Tain't fair I tell you. But as my husband would say, "If only the Syrians had your problems."
May all your problems be insignificant.
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