Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for getting back into our school routine.  Though, being on a one hour delay this week, (for three days), has helped ease the transition.  

This week's fence is from the archives and is quite a few years old.  I admit that I do like the sunny view and that spot of green in the corner. I have no doubt that my husband would think that this fence row needs a bit of cleaning.

Linking up with Teresa today.....





Comments

  1. I hope the schools will not have to make up a lot of time lost.. Pretty fence scene.. It is snowing here this morning..Have a happy day!

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  2. It's good to hear your life is getting back on schedule. It IS nice to see some green, isn't it?

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  3. Looks like this fence looks very pretty
    when that stuff growing on there turns
    green again :))
    Have a fine day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  4. We had more snow this morning, you must have missed it this time. No school.

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  5. Routines are nice...easing back into them can be hard.

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  6. Morning, I love that fence, great picture.Blessings Francine.

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  7. glad you're getting back to 'normal'. :) love the old fence and overgrowth!

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  8. He's right about the cleaning, but I like this "wild" look. Beautiful fence, and the sunny look doesn't hurt either.

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  9. Hello Michelle!:) I always think that a fence with weathered wood looks great. Nice one!:)

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  10. We got dumped on again last night and are out of school again today. I don't really like snow, but I don't mind the kids being out of school except that I haven't been able to work, which kind of stresses me out. Hopefully spring will come soon.

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  11. Of course, those weeds make it appealing for us!

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  12. Rustic and natural ... just as it should be. Nice capture Michelle.

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  13. The boys have gone all week so far, too!

    Love the fence...weathered perfectly!

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  14. So pretty the fence. I like fences very much. The scenery as well.

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  15. I am looking forward to seeing some green too!

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  16. Hope your school days won't cause you to have "summer" school...like into June. Yes, I do believe that this fence is in need of a clean up..
    Keep warm and have an awesome day....

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  17. I like the fence the way it is too!

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  18. My grands have been out of school almost all week. I think they could have gone back today, but I guess the outlying roads were still pretty slick because of little traffic. They've had a ball, but I imagine they will gripe come the end of the school year when they have to make up the snow days.

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  19. Lovely rustic fence, that will have so much character with spring greenery soon.

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  20. I take it the snow's still hanging about. Ya, those delays can throw an entire week astray.

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  21. It is so nice to see some of the snow melting. There are actually brown spaces showing through. Can't wait to see some green. Love that photo. xo Laura

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  22. I like this fence just the way it is, it's perfect.

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  23. You're lucky to have a good fence like that. We need our pasture re-fenced.. not an easy or inexpensive proposition! But I would love to have some alpacas live here. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  24. Your husband and I would have to agree to disagree...love it just the way it is :)

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  25. It looks like a good, strong fence. And i like the way it is in the photo. :)

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  26. It probably does need cleaning up,but it really looks charming! Nice to see the sun and some green too!

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  27. I love it. The fence is clothed in random beauty.

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  28. i always love the look of an old fence with some nice heavy overgrowth!!!! on the other hand, i would not want to clean that up. been there, done that, not fun!!!!

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  29. A perfect old fence: picturesque would be the word for this!

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