Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for for fields of random wildflowers, even if they are temporarily gone with the frost, an upcoming two-day work week, and hot coffee in the morning.  

Linking up today with Madge.....


Rurality Blog Hop #41




Now go forth and be thankful. 

Comments

  1. Makes me want to go on a walk, right through the flowers and grasses! Lovely.

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  2. So pretty, love Cone Flowers, Francine.

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  3. What? No snow? Can't find my grass anymore. Gone till spring. :-}

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  4. Beautiful shot of my favorite flowers. I just planted wildflower seeds and I hope I'll see them come up this spring.

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  5. amen to the hot coffee and the lovely wildflowers!

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  6. Good Morning! Wonderful image as always. Have a great day

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  7. Thankful always. There's so much in our world to be gratreful for. :)

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  8. HI Michelle It is great that you still have some wild flowers around.

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  9. I love this shot, there is something so majestic about the end of a season, the end of the flora, they resist, they resist and hopefully there is someone like yourself with a camera, beautifully captured.

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  10. Pretty wildflowers! I am thankful for hot coffee as well :) Enjoy your two-day work week!

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  11. Such a great post & wonderful picture. I love the texture up at the top of the photo. Thank you for this post - I now feel very blessed by the simple things in life. Blessings to you.

    xoxo,
    Allie
    http://framedbygod.blogspot.com

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  12. Always grateful for the wildflowers! And hot coffee this time of year! xo Happy mini vacation! :)

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  13. Another one of your great melancholy and slightly forlorn shots!

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  14. Oh the glories of flowers in the wild♪ Nice! Have a wonder filled week! http://lauriekazmierczak.com/amazing-grace/

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  15. We don't have a lot of wildflowers in the eastern states but Western Australia is alive with them at certain times of the year.
    Merle.............

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  16. I love the wildflowers- and I used to love short work weeks, back when I taught school!

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  17. I am just thankful that this week is almost over. Nice photo.

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  18. You're going to love being retired! But you'll probably fill up all your free time like we have. Have a great weekend!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  19. Our wildflower, at least around town, are not so interesting!

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  20. Thankful to know the flowers will be back in a few months. xo Laura

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  21. Thank you for coming by to share on Rurality Blog Hop #41!

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  22. I like Thankful Thursday, gratitude is so important in life and I believe seeing the small things, like the flowers in your picture, and be thankful is a very good thing.

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