Thursday, August 14, 2014

Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for a sweet student who offered to sell me a baby opossum.  Yes, the opossum was an orphan and the sales pitch was legitimate.  It is moments like these, at the end of the work day, that give me the comic relief I need to stay motivated in life!

"There is little success where there is little laughter."  

Andrew Carnegie



Linking up today with Teresa......





34 comments:

  1. Thanks for the smile this a.m. Beautiful photo.

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  2. Right. Just what one needs - a baby opossum. Lol opossums used to appear now and then on our deck. I don't miss them. :-)

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  3. Well, thanks for sharing this story so I could smile too. :)

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  4. lol, bet that was a first! So, did you buy it? lol

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  5. I liked the "smile". . . and the Carnegie quote . . .

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  6. Nice wee story and your fence for good fences today.

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  7. A pleasant, late, summer country scene.

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  8. Hmmm...did she have any luck with her sales pitch?

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  9. awww. thanks for the sweet fence, too!

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  10. Beautiful picture! I love the story, although I think you'd have to give a pretty good pitch to sell an opussum!

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  11. That hilarious! Wonderful photo as always Michelle.

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  12. Love the color of the sunset in the clouds.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  13. I would like to have heard that conversation! Beautiful shot.

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  14. I will guess the sale was successful. : - ) OR, how did you resist? Ha ha.

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  15. love the fence image. soooooooooo did you buy the baby???????? lol

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  16. i wonder about that quote. i enjoy laughter. without it my life would be just so boring. ha. ha!! see??! ( :

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  17. That's a lovely view! I would have bought the possum!

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  18. Beautiful fence and that's a great quote!

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  19. What a wonderful, serene peaceful photo!!!

    My Good Fences

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  20. How precious and it's one of those moments that you will never forget.

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  21. That is probably the funniest story I've heard in awhile! Bless you!! Of course, I always love your beautiful photos!

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  22. For some odd reason, my mom has always had a soft spot for opossums. She probably would have adopted the little critter!

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  23. Oh that is a sweet moment. Hug B

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  24. Nice photo, Michelle
    As for the opossum - I would think you need one of those like a hole in the head.

    lol . . . so funny . . . . :)

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  25. You teach 2nd grade right? I bet that did make you smile!

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  26. Too cute. Love the photo too.

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  27. How was the summer so far? Here it was the best ever.

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  28. Great post Michelle, it did make me smile!:)

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  29. Gee, no one ever offers to sell me opossums.

    Just lucky, I guess.

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  30. It must have made yo smile indeed. Lovely photo too.

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  31. What a beautiful sky and fence shot.. Cute opossum story.. Happy weekend!

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