Thankful Thursday




Thankful this Thursday for country roads, sunsets, and a good drive home.  It gets inconvenient living out in the country, but with views like this on the drive home, I can put up with it.  I just have to make sure we don't run out of milk :)  


What are you thankful for this Thursday?  Small things are just as important as the big things.  Link up and let me know!  



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  1. I like living in the country, too!
    Have a wonderful day!

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  2. Hello, pretty view, sky and sunset. We live a 15 minute drive from the food stores, you really do not want to forget to buy an item. Thank you for hosting. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day and weekend ahead!

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  3. I laughed out loud at your milk comment. We are out. Have been for two days and I just haven't wanted to make the drive into town. My poor daughter thinks she may not survive!

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  4. I am thankful for a day away from the fair, I am peopled out. LOL Love that picture, a real charmer

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  5. Today I am thankful for people who express kindness and tolerance.

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  6. I am thankful that my grandson gets to go to school where his dad and aunts went to school... It's been a struggle over the summer.

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  7. Your pretty pic makes me wonder if I've seen any sunsets this summer. I'm not sure I have and certainly haven't shot any. Are you getting ready for the solar eclipse? We haven't had any luck finding glasses.

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  8. Today I am thankful for some glimmers of Hope . . .
    I needed a "Hope Burst" after this past week.
    Plus one of my favorite seasons is just around the corner . . .
    And I am thankful . . . and excited for some golds, orange, muted green . . .

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  9. Lovely views similar to those I am thankful for - as I've had to rush back into town for milk!!!

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  10. What a lovely pic! I do like having the city around me though! ;-)

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  11. There is one way not to run out of milk.. add a dairy goat to your farmette! I also am thankful to live in the Oregon countryside. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  12. I'm thankful that I live in the country!!!

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  13. I am thankful for good health, healthy and happy grandchildren that went back to school today, and travel around my new state! I hear you on milk. I keep some non refrigerated Parmalat in my pantry just in case ;)

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  15. Don't forget the bread, too! LOL I would appreciate being where i could see a view like that without a bunch of powerlines in it. I don't mind one or two, not like it is looking west from my back yard.

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  16. I am thankful to be able to awake each day and know that I have another 24 hours to enjoy everything. We have lived in the country and now the city and I can appreciate the beauties of both.

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  17. Spectacular photograph. Just looking at that sunset is enough to make one thankful. But I am also very thankful that I am surrounded by friends and family devoid of prejudice and bigotry. And I am thankful that via the wonderful world of bloggers I am able to connect with people like you, Michelle. Have a great weekend.

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  18. So pretty and wonderful to live in such a gorgeous place! Even if you do have to go without milk every now and again! xx Karen

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  19. Like a Turner painting.
    Just beautiful!

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