Thankful Thursday


Thankful this Thursday for freedom.  The freedom to spend time with my children, cook/bake, watch Netflix, read books, and sleep until 6:30am.  

The freedom to also explore ancient cemeteries on the coast of Georgia.  More on that later.....

Linking up today with Teresa......I had her in mind, even while on vacation.  





Comments

  1. Freedom is great! Love the fence shot! Have a happy day!

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  2. Ah, so you're one of those people who sleep in in the mornings. LOL ;-)) Beautiful fence, and so unusual! I'm so thankful for freedom also. Have a beautiful day, Michelle.

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  3. Extreme rust on that fence. Gives me an idea to look at the cemetery in my neck of the woods.

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  4. Good find on the fence. Hope you are having a good time.

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  5. Hi Michelle, What an excellent choice for Thankful Thursday ... Freedom. Neat old fence for Good Fences too.

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  6. This is a great looking fence! I love it! I posted for the first time on Good Fences and I'm glad I found it.

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  7. thanks, michelle! :) LOVE this old fence! wonderful!

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  8. FYI, my own wrought iron fence came from an old cemetery that the maintenance/weed eater people were tired of whacking around. It never hurts to ask the cemetery office. We had to move it and it weighs a ton, but it kept my two year old corralled and I could still see the landscape through it,

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  9. Absolutely, Michelle...I am always looking for great fences no matter where I roam :) This gate and fence are just stunning!

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  10. A wonderful old fence! 6:30 am!!

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  11. Love old cemetery fences- and old cemeteries for that matter. As much time as I spend in them I could definitely be called a taphophile.

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  12. Freedom is priceless adn that is a beautiful fence

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  13. Smiled at the 6:30 am:):) Enjoy. Great fence. Hug B

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  14. That's a coincidence - I've just been banging on about Magna Carta. Loved the photo - it has a kind of texture to it.

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  15. Loving that fence Michelle!!! Francine.

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  16. Enjoy every minute of that freedom, Michelle. Love that photo. xo Laura

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  17. Love the old fence. A few places around here still have them but they are few and far in between nowadays.
    -Lisa

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  18. Love this image. I want more.

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  19. What a great fence!!! I think you just helped me decide what to post about tomorrow. Old graveyards in Ireland... I don't have a scanner so I'll probs take photos of photos.

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  20. Sleep in til 6:30am...what?!! I didn't get up that early when I was working. I do love to explore old cemeteries too.

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  21. How early do you get up if your thankful to be able to sleep in until 6:30 am?
    What a great old gate you found at that cemetery. I love the detail of it.

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  22. That is some lovely freedom!

    Love the fence, too!

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  23. You are fortunate, Michelle. And you use your time and freedom well.

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  24. love this photo and agree with all to be thankful for and can't wait for more!

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  25. LOVE that fence...
    6:30 a.m.....????? now that is NOT sleeping in. lol
    xoxo

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  26. Oh what I wouldn't give for a fence like that! I'm glad you're enjoying your freedom.. long may summer live! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  27. A really beautiful image!

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  28. I too love to 'explore' old cemeteries.

    This fencing is exceptional!! Gotta love the antique quality of it all...and your composition.

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  29. A beautiful old fence...taken at a wonderful angle!

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  30. That's an awesome fence shot, and super-interesting design. Never seen a fence like that... looks ancient!

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  31. Love this fence . . . for my garden . . .
    I'll keep wishing and dreaming . . .

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