Turquoise Lantern Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free jigsaw puzzle of a small metal garden lantern. The lantern is painted a bright turquoise.

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micki
Aug 30, 2015
So cute. Would put this on my patio table. Cheese and crackers anyone?
Coravee
Mar 30, 2015
Nice Mystery!
tshepherd24
Mar 22, 2015
Nice puzzle. Have a good evening everyone.
clensing
Mar 21, 2015
Nice!
misty76leigh
Mar 5, 2015
Very nice puzzle. Love it! Looks like something I would have. :)
toadalove
Mar 5, 2015
Me too!
misty76leigh
Mar 15, 2015
Love your profile pic! Frogs are one of my favorite animals. Elephants being the other.
judipd
Mar 15, 2015
Love the colors in this puzzle
Irishpaws
Mar 5, 2015
I liked this puzzle, it was light and cheery 1st thing in the morning. I take light therapy in the early in the morning and have to just sit under my 'Lights" so I like to do something and the puzzles help pass the time. I have always loved puzzles. My hubby of 56yrs and I always did big puzzles all winter. Now he can't see well enough to do them anymore, so we don't do them anymore. Now with them on the computer, and the boring therapy I can have fun while keeping my mind alert. Thanks crazy4jigsaws puzzles
Annie1749
Mar 5, 2015
Hi Irishpaws, Are you new to crazy4jigsaws? What part of the world are you from? I'm in Michigan in the good old U.S.A. where it is only 13 degrees this morning. Hope you are doing well and look forward to seeing you on this site again.
cindyj28
Mar 5, 2015
I agree with Annie1749. Welcome to our home. We all love doing puzzles here first thing in the morning if we can. I am in northern Illinois so we have lots of cold and snow here too. Really cold today and am thankful that I don't have to be out in it for long. Again welcome to Irishpaws, hope you will stick around for a long time here with us.
aussiesapphire
Mar 5, 2015
Hi Annie, I mentioned it got to 31 deg Celsius here yesterday but it was actually 37C or 99F. Much cooler this morning and much more pleasant. Welcome Irishpaws. Hugs.
Rozina1010
Mar 5, 2015
Hello all! Glad to be back here and seeing newer members. I saw Michigan on the news. Your artic weather usually comes over to us in Mass. There is so much snow still around and piled up, we could fill the Grand Canyon with it. Stay warm and safe.
Irishpaws
Mar 11, 2015
Hi Annie1749
I'm a newbie all right. Ontario, Canada is my digs. I just love doing these puzzles, though I'm slow (heath & old age) I'v done most of the castles & big homes, so now I'm on the wild animals. I'm about 1hr. north of Toronto, Ontario, about 20c here, & going down tonight, lots of snow, though t.v. said it's warming up today.
A big Hi to all you puzzlers!
dbnc2
Mar 11, 2015
Welcome we are always happy to have new friends
aussiesapphire
Mar 11, 2015
Welcome Irishpaws, Sounds like Kitchener or Peterborough - I lived in Hamilton many moons ago. Enjoy the puzzles and the comraderie don't think there is another puzzle site like this one. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Mar 5, 2015
How sweet - had a corker of a day today, we are in autumn and the temperature reached about 31 deg C, 88 deg F. Hardly autumn weather.

"Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly." Proverb

"Don't let the fear of losing be greater than the excitement of winning." Robert Kiyosaki

Good night dear friends, can't wait to get into our airconditioned bedroom lol. Hugs.
pixipixil
Mar 5, 2015
You are talking to me, today, Aussie. I have always loved butterflies. I collected them as a kid. They are a sign of resurrection. And fear of losing does often keep me from trying.
aussiesapphire
Mar 5, 2015
Hugs pixi, actually got to 37C yesterday or 99F - really uncomfortable and not good for hugging lol. Hugs.
trynfindit
Mar 5, 2015
Pixi, you'd get a laugh out of my family. We're always throwing ourselves into new things. I have a friend who lovingly describes us as a house full of wet puppies.
ghoulsniteout
Mar 5, 2015
And me Aussie. I have been compared to a butterfly and have always loved them. Maybe that friend thought I was just resurrecting too often? And fear has kept me from trying many a time. Maybe Pixi is my long lost twin! Thanks for the quotes you share. Hope it cools off there soon.
slippers
Mar 5, 2015
Morning aussiesapphire, Had my brother out from England for 3 months so way behind with puzzles.Have you seen any comments from santaclaus last I read they were moving house.He lives not far from my brother but don't know each other.
trynfindit
Mar 5, 2015
Aussie, you need a laptop so you can do your puzzles in the a/c.
sunsetsky
Mar 5, 2015
Hi Aussie, I need to go where you are during our winter. I am not a fan of the cold. Although, spring is coming!
aussiesapphire
Mar 5, 2015
Sunsetsky - Welcome any time. The Canadians welcomed me when I lived there, time to return the favour. Hugs.
pixipixil
Mar 5, 2015
Hi Ghoulsnite:
I lived next door to identical twins and always wished I had a twin sister....let's be twins even if only virtually.
ghoulsniteout
Mar 7, 2015
Good with me, Pixi, as I never had a sister. You want to be the good or evil twin? I'm okay with being either.
trynfindit
Mar 7, 2015
When I was a little girl I just knew that I had a twin sister; I was adopted so maybe there is.
pixipixil
Mar 7, 2015
There have been a number of folks who discovered a twin late in life, trynfindit. I don't know how they went about it. Are you going to look into it?
pixipixil
Mar 7, 2015
Oh, ghoul'snite. Let's break the mold and both be good twin's, okay? We can be mischievious--just not evil.
trynfindit
Mar 7, 2015
Pixi, it's an interesting story. I started doing the genealogy on my father's surname and, eventually, I came across a lady who is a second cousin of mine. She is from the same family line as I and she had a bunch of pictures she sent me; she hadn't done any of the genealogy, she just had all of these pictures. I was looking through them one afternoon and picked up one and my jaw dropped. The man in the picture was my brother!! Not literally my brother, but the SPITTING IMAGE of him only a little older. (My brother and I grew up being told we were not related prior to our adoptions.) My brother and sister-in-law and I got to talking about the family, situations that had happened that, at the time, didn't really relate to other situations. But things started adding up and we now firmly believe that my brother's and my "adopted" father was actually our birth father. There are too many things that point to this being true for us not to feel it so. Life is truly stranger than fiction huh?
trynfindit
Mar 7, 2015
Let me add that my father actually being my birth father certainly explains some of the family 'dynamics' during my young life and answered some lingering questions that I had. I can honestly and lovingly say that my mother who raised me was not my birth mother. I'm leaving out a lot of details but, as I said, it's an interesting story.
pixipixil
Mar 8, 2015
Wow. I don't understand why families keep secrets from their kids. We told our son he was adopted from the get go but it didn't turn out very well for us, did it? Maybe we should not have told him. Or maybe it didn't matter either way.
You certainly have a mystery to follow.
trynfindit
Mar 8, 2015
My brother has always harbored ill will toward his birth mother. Not me. My "adopted" parents fed and clothed me, took care of me when I was sick, put up with my shenanigans (which were many, many), worried about me, taught me about God, and loved me. They are my parents. We didn't figure out the "birth father" thing until after my mother died, but in spite of all of the strife she and I went through, I began to understand that she was raising a child that wasn't hers, but was her husband's. That lady had a big heart and a large burden to shoulder. Thank you, God, for my mom and dad.
pixipixil
Mar 8, 2015
God bless you for understanding and appreciating your mom. I believe my son harbored resentment towards his birth parents and that is the reason he would not allow his daughter (whom he could not give support nor full care to through his own abilities) to be adopted. I believe initially he held resentment towards us but I think towards the end he was learning that we weren't so bad.
ghoulsniteout
Mar 10, 2015
Pixi and Tryn, I am so sorry to read about all your family travails. Mine were of a different sort but all families have troubles I guess. Please know that I am glad that both of you are able to keep on and know that you have done your best. Bless you both and kudos!
ghoulsniteout
Mar 10, 2015
Oh, and yes, Pixi, I think we shall both be the good twin. Life is what we make of it, right, and we choose to make it good. Doesn't mean we can't find some "fun" in there too.
pixipixil
Mar 10, 2015
Exactly so!
ghoulsniteout
Mar 11, 2015
Then good twins we are!
pixipixil
Mar 11, 2015
Hooray!
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