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Merry Christmas from my part of the world. We have snow for Christmas this year.

Has been a long time since I have been on Jigidi. Posted earlier under my pinknblack avatar; roamed around to see how many of my longtime Jigidi friends are still here and was delighted at how many had already been here today, and was saddened by the loss of several old Jigidi friends.

Life is good and I am still here -- however life has also been hard. I had a terrible reaction to my Covid shots and was hospitalized twice. I am now on full-time oxygen as a result. My cancer is stage four. I have two brain lesions, and have many in my lungs; just finished 15 days of radiation on my breast and had 10 days radiation on my back and have radiation scheduled for January on my ribs and scapula. The bone cancer has been the worst. Woke up from sleeping too hard on my side and had broken a rib, walked past my husband and moved wrong and broke another for a total of four broken ribs, all from doing virtually nothing, things are just brittle and very, very sore.

But life is too short to be anything but happy and I am enjoying my son, my six grandchildren and 4 great grandkids. My 24 year-old grand daughter and three year old son are still living with us, so I am never lonely. I have two little black dogs that keep me company and am getting a blond lab for my birthday next week. My sweetheart of 54 years and I hosted our 5th Christmas dinner last night and I am living my life, not waiting to die.

Today is my rest day. I have a 23 year old grand daughter coming up from Salt Lake tonight and that is exciting. So life realy, really is good. My meds make me drowsy, so I take lots of little naps in between trying to live as normal a life as I can, while I still can.

I think of all my Jigidi friends often and had to come by, say "Hi" and leave a few puzzles.

Thank you for all the years of great conversations, shared love of puzzles, good friendships, shared cultures and just having a safe place to hang out. Merry Christmas from Oakley, Idaho, USA, Planet Earth.
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Absolutely loved doing this puzzle, Grandmapegs! I always end up smiling when I'm working your puzzles. Love & prayers for you and your family. Dotty


Just love your outlook Grandma Pegs! Keep on smiling, enjoying your family and memories of Jigidi friends even if you can't visit when it's too difficult. Your life sounds full and joyful. I really admire your positive take on everything.
Thank you so much for all your beautiful puzzles too. Virtual hugs - don't want to break any more ribs! Much love, Anne/anther

I loved working on this puzzle and it brought back fond memories of working on your previous puzzles. I hope you had a joyful Christmas and it seems like you really are living your life. I wish you a peaceful year ahead.


Dear Pag , what you did now is the greatest gift i got to the holydays and the new year .
Now I know you are still fighting and wining this biggest war for life .May God
be with you all the way , helping you to over come .
with love from a devoted Jigidi follower of you , Edna (miztarefet)


Oh Peg, I am so happy to hear from you! I have missed you so much; you made me cry.
It hurts to see all the pain you’ve been through but you are such an encouragement to others with your wonderful attitude and love for life. I am very thankful for your family who are there with you keeping you company and bringing you joy. All that love around you is like medicine, including those little furry babies! Your birthday present sounds delightful.
You have given all of your friends here wonderful gifts for Christmas. Not only did we get to hear from you, but we got puzzles, too! Please drop in whenever you can just to say hi; I know it is tiring.
God Bless you, Peg, I will keep you in my prayers. Love you lots.

It is so nice to see you here at Jigidi again. I couldn't believe it when I saw your puzzle today and I'm glad you feel up to posting another puzzle for all of us to enjoy. It sounds like you have had a rough few months and I hope the rest of your journey is less painful. I really admire your strength and ability to remain cheerful in these circumstances. I'll look forward to seeing your puzzles again.

Blessed Christmas wishes from Canada.

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