Thankful Thursday

Cast iron fence around a beauty of a home in Savannah, Georgia.  


Thankful this Thursday for small town folks.  The ones who know you by name as soon as you walk into the bank.  The ones who tell you stories all about how your husband, and his identical twin brother, were local celebrities at the small town hospital when they were born.  Oh, and let's not forget the treasures who want to give some advice on the side.  

You gotta love it....


Linking up today with Teresa 




Comments

  1. The small town folk are nice, great fence shot. Enjoy your day!

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  2. Depends on the small town you live in, but I do think you are right.

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  3. love that wrought iron! i love small town living!

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  4. I like the 'small town' feel as well.

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  5. We live in a small town, but came here after we had our first child. I tell you, there isn't anything like small town America.

    This is a nice fence!

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  6. Dad figured after delivering The Twins, nothing would ever be quite that complicated again- however, they kept him plenty busy well into high school.

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  7. I like how you captured this view too!

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  8. I think you are right Michelle..love the fence, just like mine.Blessings Francine.

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  9. Fun about your husband being celebrity twins. My older brother and sister, Robert and Roberta, were also celebrity twins when born in Watonga, Oklahoma. They got nicknamed "Butch and Sis". ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  10. I think you've got a great small town- it's getting where people aren't so nice and friendly anymore. Pretty fence!

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  11. I so agree with you, Michelle. I live in a village on the far side of my town and I do like being recognized when I go into the local bank. ;))

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  12. Yes, small town life is special, where your neighbors are the people you went to elementary school with. People who understand you and share much of a common history. Such a blessing.

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  13. I live in the middle of a very big city but every neighbourhood is its own small town. The people at the bank, the grocery store, the pub, all know me and walking down the street you always meet someone you know.

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  14. Great fence . . . must be fun to hear the small town stories about your husband!

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  15. That is a great looking fence, I love wrought Iron. - We shop at a grocery store that knows us by name and even takes the keys to our car to go load the groceries while I buy scratch tickets or chat with the clerk. Small town life is nice.

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  16. Citibank recognizes me when I come in! They say, "Hi, ifthethunderdontgetya, thanks for banking with us for 31 years!"

    Of course, that's only because it pops up on their computers. Nifty fence!
    ~

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  17. I get the idea, here it happens only in a few shops near home. I really like that fence!

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  18. I know just what you mean. Love the fact that I rarely pop into the village shop without seeing someone I know.

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  19. it's a beauty...i would not want to jump that thing and miss by an inch or two ;)

    have a wonderful weekend!!!!

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  20. This is a very fine fence image. You husband is an identical twin? How come we are only learning this now?

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    1. Jack, my husband's mom (my lovely MIL) is also an identical twin. How strange is that?!

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  21. My husband paid the water bill the other day. Never been to that office before. Handed our ticket to the clerk, she looked at the name/address and asked him how our purple martins were doing. She and I had talked about our new martin house a couple months ago. He was blown away :-).

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