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Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required. dblay 28 August 2020 @ Kalola Yes, I can imagine standing right there and listening to the "silence" of the snow falling through the trees onto the ground. Such peacefulness and BEAUTY. Thank you for dropping by, Kalola. Nice to meet you. Kalola 22 August 2020 Even though it's so stark I like it. Can't you hear the silence? BirdNana 2 May 2020 I am doing well Donna, thank you! dblay 1 May 2020 @BirdNana I am going to go to Jan's "site" and leave a message. Maybe she will get one or BOTH our messages. I hope all is well too. I also hope you are doing well, my friend. BirdNana 27 April 2020 @dblay Donna, we haven't heard from @tinyandstaff Jan in over a month. I am starting to wonder if all is well. Let's see if she finds this one. BirdNana 16 April 2020 I don't know why I thought you were in NC. Yes hcamp is Haney, she lives in NC.And no worries we all have those moments. And with all that is happening, I feel a bit more confused, too much in my brain! dblay 16 April 2020 @BirdNana Mila, I am SO SORRY. I made a mistake and realized it that night and intended to CORRET it yesterday and forgot. Then, thought of it again when I got off the PC yesterday and made a point to come correct it this morning. :-)) I know it is Jan in Australia and I had talked to her the same day as you and just got "places" mixed up. I see you live in North Carolina. I do not have a home there but another Jigidi person whose puzzles I love to solve is hcamp and I think that is the one you are thinking of. He lives in NC too. Hope you have a good day today, my friend. BirdNana 15 April 2020 I am in North Carolina. Don't you have a home here also? You would not be able to come back for now? I don't think we are too bad, but I tried not to stress myself with the news. I know if there is something I need to know, my husband will tell me.Jan "tinyandstaff" is the one that lives in Australia.Stay safe yourself! God bless. Mila dblay 15 April 2020 @BirdNana Good morning, Mila. Always nice to hear from you. Sorry it has taken me so long to get back but we had tornadoes all around us in this area in Alabama Sunday and I had an appointment in town yesterday so I've not had much time to check my messages here on Jigidi. Yes, time gets by so fast and I seem to age with each day. :-)) I am 77 and it seems only yesterday that I was 30 and in fantastic health. Unreal!!! Sometimes I can go back and think a few minutes and "find in my mind" what I was going to say but then when I can't remember it, I just say, "must have not been important" and let it be. :-) It is very hard right now with this Virus and trying to stay in all the time. I don't mind the "staying in" so much as HAVING to get out just to see a doctor. Some doctors are doing "phone appointments" and that is good right now but some HAVE to be seen and there is no way around it. I have Diabetic Retinopathy and my eyes need injections and sometimes laser surgery in them to stop bleeding in the back of my eye. So, I have to go at least once a month most of the time to see the doctor there. I once had GREAT vision but I guess things change. I agree with you about the shots and having or not having problems with or without them.Is the Virus real bad there? I don't hear much about the statistics in Australia. Hope it isn't as bad as here and I hope and pray it doesn't get that bad. Stay safe, my friend. Donna BirdNana 10 April 2020 Oh my dear friend, judging by myself, the glitches are here to stay and more frequently! Well at least all I have to do is stop or go back two steps and the brain finally focuses. Everything slows down!And yes, we continue praying this thing goes away. I hope it will not be another mandatory vaccine for children, that breaks my heart. You can tell I simply hate them... and that is a word I do not use lightly.Is like the flu-vaccine, I am heading to 72 and never got one and never got the flu.For my husband it was mandatory until he got out of the service, every year he got sick. When he stopped getting it, he never got sick again.If we got a good immune system, don't tamper it. Mila dblay 10 April 2020 @BirdNana Hey, I totally agree about the "memory glitches." :-)) Yesterday, I answered a message to one of my best friends here and totally forgot to hit "send." :-))) This morning I got a message from her saying she did not hear from me yesterday and that was my "clue" that I didn't send it. So, I went to the page I had answered it and the message still being there, I sent it with an update. :-)) Hope that doesn't start happening TOO MUCH. :-( Hugs, dear lady, and I am SO HAPPY to hear that your medication is working really well for your Diabetes. Hang in there. This Virus thing is terrifying but maybe it will stop soon. I sure hope and pray it will. BirdNana 7 April 2020 I take that back LOL this is our snowy puzzle, it was at Naboo puzzle. Too bad there is no cure for the memory glitches! BirdNana 7 April 2020 Just left a note for you at our snowy connection with Jan tinyandstaff the medication worked! At first I saw no change then suddenly numbers were great. What a relief. Even my blood pressure has been under control even though this virus thing is alarming.Stay well! GB dblay 6 April 2020 @BirdNana Mila, I am sorry to hear that you have been diagnosed with Diabetes and I hope you do well being on medication. I, too, am a Diabetic and am on medication. It takes effort and dedication to work with this but I try and I hope and pray you do well. Hugs and best wishes. Donna BirdNana 17 March 2020 Donna, I think Jan said at some point they would be released. She will update us.I am doing well, just diagnosed with diabetes and put on medication, not happy but what can we do. All sorts of things happen as we age. Same back to you! dblay 17 March 2020 Hi, MilaM. Hope you are doing well. Good wishes and love until we talk again. :-) dblay 17 March 2020 @tinyandstaff Jan, thank you so much for the update on the "little borders." :-)) I've been wondering about how things were going and I am so happy to hear how everyone has pitched in and brought food to the Little Koalas. How sweet and thoughtful of everyone. I am so sorry I am just now seeing this message. I try to check my "site" often but I get wrapped up in solving so many puzzles that some days I fail to check this site and this morning, I was very happy to see this update. Thank you so much for letting us know. I also wish the little Koalas could go back to the "wild" and live normal lives but, if they can be happy in the sanctuary, that is good. At least they are together. :-) Good to hear from you and I hope you and your family are doing well. Give Misty and Angus a big HUG/RUB from me and Naboo. Love and prays for you all. Take care and keep in touch. BirdNana 11 March 2020 Jan, stories like this are what we need, so full of love and hope and happiness! That is wonderful! And the fact that you could visit, fantastic!Love and best wishes to all of you, including the little boarders! tinyandstaff 11 March 2020 Hi bird nana and dblay, the vet called in this morning, our delightful little boarders will be leaving us next week, the sanctuary will take them, Ray and I will take them to the sanctuary next Tuesday, it is actually manned, as they do welfare research there and nearby. these two have both been an absolute delight to care for. and will really miss them . friends have also helped us care for them. you would be surprised how many locals " just happened" to be passing by groves of eucalyptus trees. and brought large supplies of the babys food. Ray and I both knew that the only nearby grove of eucalyptus was totally burnt and destroyed in the fires. and to just "accidently" pass by other groves is at least a 40-50 mile trip and well away from any sealed road, . these two little sweethearts have become quite the local celebrities. one person who delivered a load of them, was a farmer friend of ours, whose farmhouse was totally destroyed. yet somehow he found time to collect eucalyptus branches for our two. people never cease to amaze us. the sanctuary advised the vet, they would be perfectly safe, monitored they will be secure, safe, . and am sure they will be happy, he speaks highly of that particular sanctuary. they even sent a message that should we ever wish to visit them, we would be most welcome, they really do need to be home in the wild. to be back in their natural state. but to know they will be safe, and watched over, is an absolute bonus. their happiness I feel is assured. thankyou for your interest in these little sweethearts. love and best wishes, Jan and Ray (plus angus and misty) BirdNana 13 February 2020 Forgive me Donna for using your puzzle but most likely Jan will find this message here, she has no recent puzzles.@tinyandstaff I will answer your message soon, will find the way, but wanted to let you know how grateful I am for your answer. I deleted the cow puzzle, I am not promoting something that is against humane treatment to animals. Thank you, thank you for your words. Bird aka MilaM BirdNana 12 February 2020 @tinyandstaff "beautiful pounding rain" I am sure that is music to the ears of everyone that had Australia and it's people in prayers! Amen indeed! Happy every cow (by name) and horses are safe. And the two little ones, that is ten-folds blessings to you and your husband. Being straightforward, I worry more about the animals because humans can pretty much take care of themselves, but animals depend on us and not everyone cares. Those fires that were not by nature, accident or not, are responsible. God's blessings! Bird dblay 12 February 2020 AMEN and THANK YOU, LORD, for ANSWERED PRAYERS. Soooooo happy to hear that you are having RAIN. Your husband seems like a good man, a hero, taking care of his own lovely cows and horses plus those little precious babies he rescued. I hope the rain covers all the places that are burning and it STOPS! Take care and we'll talk again soon, I hope. Keep me posted on how things are going there. It is raining here again this morning but tonight there is a chance of severe weather again. Hopefully, it won't happen. tinyandstaff 12 February 2020 Hello Dblay, good thing this is not a telephone call, because I would not be able to hear, the rain is so heavy, the beautiful pounding rain, has been going on since Sunday, Long, heavy, soaking, rain. most beautiful sight I have seen for so long. After the chaos of last week, we are indeed counting our many blessings,. "We" are a dairy farm, Ray feels so blessed, knowing his "girls" are home, and safe. we have a sizeable herd of dairy cows, Ray knows each and every one, all named , our cats are dearly loved, but somehow I think Ray prizes his girls above even them. having them trucked to safety was the first thing he suggested when we became aware the farm was in danger. then the horses, and others were also in safety, in the two barns. they naturally, are safely released now, the only "occupants" being the two cute little koalas, he will not be here for lunch, his daily trip to gather leaves for them has priority. we have a vet locally, and when he clears them, they will return to the wild. but I think they will need care for a few weeks at least. as you can imagine, we are indeed counting our blessings. dblay 11 February 2020 We have been having rain and flooding for a couple of days or so now and I've prayed that the rain would go to your homeland where it is really NEEDED. I really pray that you did get some rain and maybe even enough to put out most or ALL of the fires. Your husband is wonderful to do what he is doing for those little Koalas. It breaks my heart to hear of so many animals there being burned alive because they don't have anyplace to go. He is a good man to do what he has done for them and your cattle. The area where I live is not anywhere near the flooding and we do not live by a river or anything that floods. Thankful for that. My prayers are with you for that "soaking rain" to come. Naboo says hello. :-) tinyandstaff 6 February 2020 definitely found your message dblay, and thankyou so much .thrilled you enjoyed the photos of my babies. with all the trouble we are having here at the moment, we tend to think we are forgotten, its nice to learn otherwise. what a beautiful scene in this photo. what we wouldn't give to see that out of our window, As I told you Ray worked tirelessly to save every animal here on the farm, and the native wildlife were no exception, on his way back with the cattle when all was safe, he rescued two koalas, they had been burned, but manageable. only trouble being the grove of eucalyptus trees that were nearby was totally destroyed. koalas eat only those leaves. Ray drives daily now , 40 miles to get their leaves. am very proud of my husband. they are safely in our main barn, surrounded by massive amounts of eucalyptus leaves. today is Friday, and our weather forecast for the weekend, is RAIN. omg if only it eventuates, apparently, our weather at the moment is coming from the west. andTarcoola, where I have friends, has had soaking heavy rain. with kindest regards. and love to the dear little furbaby dblay 10 January 2020 Good morning, Margaret. Good to hear from you again. Yes, there are wonderful puzzles on Jigidi to solve and you said you COULD SOLVE THEM so, even if you can't post, you can still solve puzzles which is fun. Hang in there, solve puzzles and drop by and say hello now and then. I will want to keep in touch to see how you are, my friend. Keeping you in my prayers and sending you Lots of hugs until we "talk" again. :-) maggie45 9 January 2020 Hi Donna! Thanks for your kind remarks. I value your thoughts very much. At this point I don't know what else to say except I wish you a lot of enjoyment on Jigidi! There are so many wonderful puzzles to solve there.Hugs and prayers - Margaret dblay 9 January 2020 Good morning, again, Margaret. I saw your message on your site and, as I said, I am so sorry that you have been banned from posting puzzles but at least you can still "solve" puzzles. That is a good thing even though I will miss your puzzles, dear friend. Yes, I am guessing that the contracts these artists have with companies who sell their "boxed" puzzles do not want them posted on Jigidi because Jigidi is a Big Deal and lots of fun and, as you said, the boxed puzzles might lose money. Anytime you want to talk, go to my puzzles, solve one, even if it is an old one, and send me a message. :-)) Good luck and I will miss seeing your posts and I don't post many myself -- I mainly like to just solve. Hope you have a great day, my friend. Many hugs, prayers and thoughts are sent your way. Take care of yourself. Hope to see you one day on my site soon. :-) maggie45 8 January 2020 Dear frequent user, thank you for your kind comments. Yes I am still able to solve puzzles which is a blessing. We used to be able to post everything but Jigidi was getting in trouble with the artists because they had contracts with the companies who were selling their boxed jigsaw puzzles. I imagine they were afraid that their boxed puzzles wouldn't sell as well if they could be done on line.I can understand that but it still is disappointing not to be able to solve them on line. Jigidi said that we should contact the artist to get permission but I tried it and they either say no or don't bother answering at all which is mostly the case. Hugs - Margaret frequentuser 7 January 2020 Maggie, I hope you get to at least solve puzzles. And I thank all of you who post them. Otherwise, the rest of us wouldn't have puzzles to post. maggie45 7 January 2020 Dear Donna, Well Jigidi has cut me off now so I'm sorry but you won't be seeing me any more. It's my own fault and I understand that Jigidi needs to follow the rules of Copyrite but I will miss posting puzzles greatly! But I believe that I can still solve puzzles of others. I haven't tried yet but I don't see why I can't. I hope that you have a wonderful year. Hugs Margaret Why this advertisement?