Thursday, February 6, 2014

Thankful Thursday

An old barn, on an old country road, fading into the wooded hillside.

Thankful this Thursday for a pot of decaf after supper on these cold nights,  lunchtime chats with my daughter, and quiet evenings for reading.  

"The hardest arithmetic to master is that which enables us to count our blessings."  
Eric Hoffer  

29 comments:

  1. Good Morning, What a pretty photo. It was very windy here last evening and I enjoyed a cup of decaf, too!
    Enjoy your day.

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  2. The quote is sooo true! The barn seems perfect in that leafless setting.

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  3. great quote, and awesome list of thankfuls!

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  4. Sounds perfect. Love the shot. Hug B

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  5. Morning, beautiful old barn picture. Oh ya, love a cup of decaf after supper too, reading also, Blessings Francine.

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  6. That old barn could probably tell quite a story! Good picture. Coffee and reading are two of my all time favorites!

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  7. love that shot. :) nice blessings to count, too. :)

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  8. The simple things really are the best! :)

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  9. that is an awesome barn....happy Thursday!

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  10. The rusty roof against the barren trees and blue sky is such a great combo. Love the quote, too. :)

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  11. That is a great quote and decaf doesn't mess with your sleeping, me neither but most of our friends swear it too will keep them up all night.

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  12. I love corrugated iron. The rusty patina looks amazing. Great expression: ..fading into the wooded hillside.

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  13. What a nice quote to wake up to and so true!

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  14. Wonderful things to be grateful for....

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  15. Some wonderful things to feel grateful for, Michelle! Love the photo of the old barn fading. Love the quote, too. xo Karen

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  16. Poor old barn.. sounds like you're having a nice, homey time. We are in the middle of a blizzard! I need to take some photos!
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  17. Sounds like a cozy time!
    Enjoy!

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  18. Lovely post! Have an awesome evening!

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  19. Sounds wonderful over there and another great image friend. Happy weekending

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  20. I'd never thought of maths like that but it's true!

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  21. I don't remember a recent photo of that daughter of yours. She is probably two inches taller than when you last featured her.

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  22. Ahhh...counting my blessings is easy math for me!! Great photo!

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  23. Very nice photo. I love the contrast of the rusty roof with the old wood of the barn.

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  24. What a lovely photo. The contrast of the rusty barn roof and the weathered wood is really nice.

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  25. Sometimes I wonder what could I do with a barn like this: so much space...

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  26. Subtle blending of the landscape ... masterful.

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