Warm Sweaters Jigsaw Puzzle

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peterpan
Jun 30, 2017
Very beautiful coloured sweaters.
elijah13
Nov 30, 2016
I just closed up the house and put the air conditioning on for tonight. It's warm here (central Florida).
wc1agoyal
Nov 24, 2016
Colourful
aussiesapphire
Oct 21, 2016
With the warm day we have had this year, these sweaters look mighty uncomfortable.

"Never let life's hardships disturb you...no one can avoid problems, not even saints or sages."
Nichiren Daishonen

"Let us be of good cheer, remembering that the misfortunes hardest to bear are those that never happen."
James Russel Lowell

Well it had to happen. My daughter found out my husband had left - took her 13 months and of course she now wants to speak to me after four years. Why? In two words "my house". How predictable is that?

God bless all of you. Hugs.
JamieT
Oct 21, 2016
Are you wanting to have a relationship with your daughter?
joany58
Oct 21, 2016
Hope you can reconcile with your daughter and she doesn't hold you any grudges and I hope it's not because of the house hugs to you to
pixipixil
Oct 21, 2016
Sorry to hear your daughter is so selfish, Aussie.
nlbuchanan
Oct 21, 2016
Oh, aussie, how very sad. That just heaps sorrow upon sorrow. If only she could have come to offer comfort instead of greed. God be with you. Feel His arms of love around you. Let His comfort fill your life, your days, and your nights until there is no room for pain. Many hugs back to you.
globug
Oct 21, 2016
You'll be in my prayers Aussie. And your daughter too
carolsapple
Oct 21, 2016
Hope things work out for you and your daughter.
aknan
Oct 21, 2016
Aussie, one of those sweaters would feel mighty nice right about now. We've had our first snow, over 3" and still coming. My Dearly Beloved is out clearing the walks and drive and I'm keeping a close eye on him! First time for any real outside work since his stroke.

Tell your daughter you're leaving the house to charity, not her, and see if she doesn't storm out.

My prayers for you, dear lady. Hugs.
trynfindit
Oct 21, 2016
Oh good grief! It's not like you don't have enough on your mind. Your operative phrase is "my house." It's yours to do with as YOU please. Y'all have my prayers.
aussiesapphire
Oct 21, 2016
Thank you all for your thoughts and prayers. This is not the first time she has gone for some length of time, and I mean years, where she has cut me out of her life. I just keep putting it down to her drug use, but I cannot keep using that excuse forever. She has two teenagers who are watching how she has been treating me and you can bet they will think, at some stage, it is alright to do that to her. The saddest part for me is that the boy doesn't even know who I am and he is 15 now. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Oct 21, 2016
JamieT - at this point, I would rather leave things as they are. I do love my daughter but am past getting hurt by her again. He and her husband both use marijuana and there is not guarantee that if our relationship is restored that she will not do this to me again, and at 76 I don't need this sort of angst in my life. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Oct 21, 2016
Joany - she cut me off when I re-married four years ago. Didn't approve of the marriage. I still love my daughter but because of the drug use, she is very manipulative. She didn't call me, she called my sister and promised her that she would call me, but wanted a week to think about it. My guess is that she is working out her strategy for getting my house which is debt free, and if and when she does call me, she will be at her manipulative best. This may sound very cynical, but I have had years of dealing with the nasty streak that the drugs bring out in her. Anyone else dealing with this problem will understand. Hugs.
katygirltoo
Oct 22, 2016
Aussie, Havent talked to you in a long time...strange how stories strike the same cord I went thru this with my youngest son hadn't seen him in 5 years and one day he shows up at door and said he hadn't called cause he was afraid I might have passed...he had read in our local paper that guys from our town had been deployed and he volunteered to stay with me while my hubby was gone to Afghanistan and it was a good solution or so I thought...one week after Jim left I had gone to bed and woke about 2am was thirsty and started to the kitchen when I entered my living room here was my son with some strange girl on my sofa and wont go into details but I had a hissy fit gave his 3 minutes to clear that woman out of my house I had him know that it was my home and not his flop house and needless to say he left bag and baggage the next morning however he took some of my meds and money out of my change jar (a 5 gallon water bottle) about 200 dollars and I havent heard from him since also later discovered he had taken a rifle I gave my hubby for our anniversary right before he left to go to Afghanistan we called the police and made a report but the gun never showed up so I am one that can understand the trials and tribulations of being a parent I love him and I will pray for him end of story God Bless and will keep ya in my prayers hugsssssss :)
olamae61
Oct 22, 2016
Aussie, I am going through the same thing! My daughter, after my mother passed, cut me out of her life and told me she didn't want me to contact my grandchildren. It cut me like a knife! She is my only surviving child and except for my aunt, I don't have that much family left. She also has problems with drugs and I think mental illness. She has a very angry attitude and it is very hard to try to talk to her. Like you, I keep her at distance, both for my physical safety and mental health. Keeping you in my prayers.
Blessing and hugs to you!
aussiesapphire
Oct 22, 2016
Hi katygirltoo, how awful for you, especially in view of the fact that your husband was in Afghanistan. Unfortunately our children make their own decisions and it is not always how we would have things turn out. I too love my daughter and will continue to pray for her and her family. Thank you for your kind thoughts. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Oct 22, 2016
Hi olamae, the drugs are devastating and I hope one day that those responsible for introducing our kids to the drugs will get what they deserve. Thank you for your lovely thoughts and prayers. Hugs.
olamae61
Oct 23, 2016
Thank you Aussie for all the encouragement and hope you give others! I also will keep you and others in this chat room my prayers!
Taffi
Nov 1, 2016
I just wanted to say that my heart goes out to each of you with children who are greedy, selfish and manipulative. It really saddens me. I can't have children, I'm all of 55 years old now (with my birthday last Tuesday) and now I'm starting to breathe a sigh of relief that I don't have any! I've always thought of myself as "broken" but finally, a positive side.

I've got a brother who has blocked our parents from seeing his children. One is now 19 and in university. There's 4 in total and then he's remarried so 2 more who are younger. I've finally met them too. And the new wife. Took forever until the new wife asked to meet me.

Sending you all hugs.
katygirltoo
Nov 2, 2016
Hi Taffi, I have thought many times that if I had it to do over again I would not have tried as hard as I did to have children out of 7 pregnancies two made it and then I quit that was at 29 my body was wore out from the effort...I loved my two boys and I was very protective of them I think I may have smothered them a bit but as they got older I backed off they start wanting independence but not really when the going gets tough I know where they end up My first born never came back after he got married and entered the service my second born was in and out all thru the years he was one that just couldn't seem to settle down and have goals he loved to travel and only had one son who is 23 now and has a little boy of his own...so life has its cycle and now I am free, no responsibilities free of debt and my hubby is getting ready to retire and we will have a great life just being together in peace and quiet so maybe in some way you missed something but its hard raising kids kids are few in our family my brother had one son I had two and that's it You take care of you and I wouldn't raise a child now either in this day and time hugssssss God Bless
sharondarlene
Oct 25, 2016
More fun! Catching up on my daily jigsaws today! Not outside as much, not so much yard work now. But still have many leaves to take care of...waiting for them to "fall"! Warm today, going to be warm here in the mountains the rest of the week. Hope everyone has weather to their liking!!
wc1agoyal
Oct 24, 2016
So cozy!
Glenelle
Oct 24, 2016
I was just thinking the same Aussies. We've had a beautiful 3 days of sunshine for our Public Holiday. Really enjoyed it.
olamae61
Oct 22, 2016
The puzzle looks like warm fuzzy sweaters! Nice for a cool fall day!
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