Thankful Thursday



I am not sure what intrigues me more in this photo, the rusty signs or the apparent sunshine.  Thankful this Thursday that more snow passed us by, springtime is that much closer, and I found a mate for every sock in the dryer.  Amen.  

"Everyone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that life is made up of little things." 

Frank A. Clark    

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  1. The snow passed up by as well but it is 14 and supposed to be windy later. They say warmer this weekend. We still have that bread here, I can remember when they switched from a paper like wrapper to plastic bags.

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  2. I love those signs and I know why you do, they are really awesome. That vintage look and the sun shining on them is great. Oh those darn socks, they just have a way of getting lost! By the way, I just love your header!
    Have a wonderful day and enjoy the simple life in your little town!
    Nancy

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  3. Nothing like sunshine and found socks!

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  4. Loving the old signs and little miss sunbeam. Quite thankful that storm passed us by out here in the East this time too :)

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  5. The previous post photo is a delight

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  6. oh i love those signs and yes, spring is a bit closer! although today it's sunny here, but FREEZING and WINDY!

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  7. Love the signs!
    We keep getting small glimpses of sun rays, only to have the clouds cover them within minutes.
    Would you mind to just give me a little of your magic 'sock mate finding pixie dust', please?

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  8. Who would ever guess back then, that these old signs would be such collectives? I enjoy seeing them, even wish I had a few.
    Cold here today....but the sun is shining...
    Have a good one!

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  9. It's the little things that really count:)

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  10. Truer statement never spoken...waiting on a big thing to happen when all the fantastic little things are going on right under our nose.

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  11. Oh I love the old signs, wish I had them both, Blessings Francine.

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  12. i'm just laughing at the socks. :)

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  13. I love those old rusty signs! They are really pretty colors.

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  14. Sunshine is pretty special this time of year, but finding mates for the socks - now that is a miracle. Love the quote and the signs. xo Karen

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  15. That's a neat sign. Do you ever watch the show "Pickers". I think they would love that sign. As for the socks, that gave me a chuckle. I am forever trying to match them up and still can't figure out why the sock fairy takes off with just one on a regular basis :)

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  16. we had sunbeam bread in my home town in the middle of nowhere in BC Canada- my cousins and I used to love it over homemade bread isn't that a bit sad.

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  17. Lovely old ads and glad to know that you have the same sock issues! :-)

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  18. Sounds like you have lots to be thankful for today!! Love the rusty signs...and finding all the sock mates is always a plus in this house! We had a bit of rain last night...more on the way...I am very thankful for that! Have a wonderful day!!

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  19. :) a mate for every sock! You've had a miracle occur!
    And we have sun too, but you can't appreciate it because of the snow blind affect as you drive in sub degree weather. dang.

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  20. So true, life is made up of many little things. And when we come upon signs like those and some sunshine too, life is good.

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  21. Soooo TRUE!! LOVE the saying~~~~and the tin signs! That's how I wish to live my life~~~Blessings~~~Roxie

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  22. Hi Michelle, I always enjoy stopping by It's A Small Town Life. Like today, the thought ... it's so true ... and it just left me with a big smile. And your comment about the socks and signs ... and an Amen ... as always, a pleasure stopping by. Have a great weekend. John

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  23. I remember both of those brands! Guess my age is showing. I still have many lonely single socks :(

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  24. I do love old signs.. we have one hanging by our back door that has a thermometer on it. We need some sunshine, too.
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  25. I think I am like Karen-remembering (vaguely-lol) these signs! Can't believe they are from the 50's! Where does time go...
    Naturally I love them and the photo is perfect!! Wearing mismatched socks as I write this...
    Have a lovely weekend,
    Jemma

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  26. After an hailstorm this afternoon, the most appealing part of this picture is the word 'sunbeam'!

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  27. Cool looking signs, hooray to no snow & wow finding that all the socks matched, awesome!

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  28. I remember seeing her alot when I was young.

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  29. I have been to an auction and seen how much money some people are willing to pay for an old sign...... Wow!

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  30. Oh, how well I remember the old Sunbeam Bread signs, in stores as well as on the side of old trucks that delivered baked goods to all the stores. What fun! And they are all rusty, just like me! LOL

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