Thursday, April 17, 2014

Thankful Thursday





Thankful this Thursday for always running across an old house, no matter where I venture.  This was located in the, "holler", I visited last week.  It was uninhabited, but still well taken care of.  Obviously it still means something....to someone.  


"It's not good because it's old, it's old because it's good."  

Anonymous 

26 comments:

  1. Morning Michelle, wish it was my house down in the holler, beautiful, Blessings Francine.

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  2. The old house could tell many tales. Love your quote too!

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  3. I love old farmhouses like this. I would love to restore one.

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  4. Nice saying and nice that its keep up. We have so many small abandoned farmhouse in our area it make me sad to think of why they are abandoned...:(

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  5. I can not imagine just happening upon these beauties, What fun.

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  6. . . still well taken care of . . . . such a brilliant idea.
    Love to You!

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  7. Pretty! Love those old tall windows and the porch!

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  8. Wow, can you imagine the things those walls have heard & seen throughout the years?

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  9. Lovely, it speaks of a time past.

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  10. Beautiful and haunting at the same time. What a great photo.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  11. The beautiful picture is the demonstration of the wise quote!

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  12. That's a pretty place. I always wonder what the story is behind the houses that are empty. Someone loves it- that's obvious.

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  13. I agree, I wish I knew the story behind homes such as this. Maybe you should ask the town postmaster it's story? :-)
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  14. It's lovely and I hope it heard lots of laughter!

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  15. Beautiful! It kind of reminds me of the Walton's.

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  16. Always makes me happy to see homes taken care of, even if they don't always have someone living in them.

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  17. I miss being able to visit a "holler".
    Love it when you mention them :)
    Great shot.

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  18. Wouldn't it be wonderful if this old house could talk!
    Beautiful, beautiful!
    Jemma

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  19. That is a lovely home. It's great that it is still being taken care of even though no one is living there.

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  20. Oh I like this one -- nice that you fine them in good shape -- barbara

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  21. Awwwww makes me sad nobody lives there!

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  22. I'll have to remember that quote ... it could be an old one but it's good :-)

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