Thursday, September 22, 2016

Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for my family.  Here in Smalltownland, within the span of one week, two teenagers lost their lives, in two separate car accidents.  

We never know what might happen during the course of a day.  Be thankful, be grateful, and appreciate all that you have.  


"Be grateful for the home you have, knowing that at this moment, all you have is all you need."  

Sarah Ban Breathnach  





30 comments:

  1. it is so true.
    i'm enjoying your view, too.

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  2. Oh, Michelle. There are no words for losses like that. I am so sorry and I am praying for the friends and families.

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  3. Hello, love the shot of the cows. It is sad to hear about these young people dying in car accidents. We should never waste an opportunity to tell someone we love them, one day we might not be able to. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!

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  4. So sorry to hear about the tragedy in your community. So sad when young people suddenly die like that. Very good quote and lovely photo.

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  5. Tragic beyond words . . .
    Yes, be grateful . . . thankful . . . love . . . kind . . .
    I liked your photo . . .
    Theresa of run-a-round ranch has a similar view . . .

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  6. Morning, so very sad about the teenagers. Loving your view, we are blessed.Francine.

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  7. a death like that can rally devastate a community.

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  8. So sorry for your loss. In a small town everyone weeps.

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  9. So sad. So true . You never know what to-morrow brings. One of my sisters long ago. Was killed in a accident. She was 19.

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  10. I am thankful each day I am here. Tragedy happens way too often.
    MB

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  11. So sorry for your town's loss. We have had tragedies like this in our little town, too, and its just heartbreaking. We never know what today holds until it unfolds itself. Prayers for peace and healing.

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  12. I am so sorry. Such a tragedy. My prayers for the peace of the families.

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  13. How tragic for your community family. The quote is very apt.

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  14. There is nothing more tragic than the loss of life of a promising young person. :-(

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  15. Oh, this is so horrible my thoughts go to their families there are no words for that kind of loss. Love your photo. Hug B

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  16. Amen. And that is so terrible. It shocked e to read about accidents and the death of young people. May our LORD be with this failies.

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  17. I'm so sorry to hear about the loss of two young people in your small town. Your words are wise and the quote so true.

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  18. How sad for your town. So sorry for everyone.

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  19. I am so sorry for your town and those families. And the quote is very true. Being thankful is so important. Hugs!

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  20. Oh that is so sad. You never know what the day holds.
    Great quote.

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  21. I wish I'd had a sister and that we were close. Brothers just don't keep in touch. Bless you.

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  22. Here in Tallahassee Florida two teenagers lost their lives in a car accident too...A parents worst nightmare. Hold your children tight, and tell them you love them everyday.

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  23. So very tragic! My heart goes out to their loved ones! Yes, we need to cherish each day we have together. xo

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  24. So true, a great reminder to tell our family and friends just how much we love them every day.

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  25. Hello Michelle!:) That is so sad, and a tragic reminder that we should tell our loved ones how much we care about them. The quote is so true.

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  26. Oh that is so sad indeed. I agree one never knows what will happen day to day & we need to be grateful for each day we have. - Lovely photo of the cows and sunflowers and fences.

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  27. So sad, Michelle. In a small town, that must have everyone shaken up.

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