Thankful Thursday



Thankful today for family and loved ones.  The events in Las Vegas serve as a painful reminder to hold everyone dear and appreciate them day to day.  Life is uncertain, at best, so take a moment and be grateful for those in your life. 


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  1. My heart goes out to the families of the Las Vegas tragedy as the thought continues in my mind; 'they could have been ours'.
    I love the lines of your photo today. We have a similar fence style across the front of our lawn.

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  2. absolutely...it's so easy to take all this for granted...tragic events remind us not to :(

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  3. Pretty scene and photo. I agree we must be thankful to have and hold our family close. My prayers go out to the Las Vegas victims and their families. Thank you for hosting.
    Happy Thursday, enjoy your day.

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  4. So sad, and from all angles I view this, I don't know what will stop madmen from doing this.

    On a brighter note - that split rail fence is incredible. what a work of art - is this on your farm?

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  5. ...I'm thankful for my little town where little is anything happens.

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  6. I agree wholeheartedly with your commentary. I'm wondering if this photo with the super fence is to help us understand that every day is a walk into the unknown just as most of us, if we were to walk there, would have no idea where it leads...the path of life...

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    1. Lowell, I appreciate this commentary. I didn't think of that, when posting this photo, but your comment in well thought. Each day is a new adventure, whether we realize it or not.

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  7. Thankful Thursday - what a great idea. I will definitlely join. Greetings from Slovenia. Nadja

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  8. Easy to take things for granted, but alas that's what always happen. Thanks for the reminder. Greetings.

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  9. Lovely image and yes it's good to be grateful for and let those around us know we love them. Hope you have a good weekend, Michelle.

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  10. Terrifying events like this make us all re-evaluate.
    I am more thankful than ever that my loved ones are safe and well today.

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  11. Absolutely Michelle I'm thankful that I live in the world's most isolated city!

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  12. I'm thankful to live somewhere that makes it difficult to get a gun.

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  13. Love the chapta here, so much easier! Love this type of fence, which I had never seen till we entered the USA. Thankful for all the beautiful place on the earth I've seen:) Thanks for hosting!

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  14. Very peaceful view, Michelle . . .
    . . . . but sadly far from peaceful in Las Vegas . . . . utter horror and demonic.
    I have a friend who was there just 2 hours before the event and she is so glad to be alive . . . :)

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  15. I so greatly agree with you...we have so much to be thankful for and are reminded when tragedy strikes. Love y0ur beautiful split rail fence photo.

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  16. That stacked fence is absolutely stunning! One does not see something like that very often. Bravo! I simply cannot wrap my mind around the tragedies that seem to be happening at a rapid rate. :-( ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  17. I am so saddened by what has happened in Las Vegas and the destruction from the hurricanes. Makes me feel very grateful for the life I have.. xo Laura

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  18. I am torn between being sad and being mad about the murders in Las Vegas. It happens far too often.

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  19. Saddened through and though . . . unable to comprehend . .
    and the kindness of the human spirit through it all . . .
    Thankful for my small space . . .
    Caring . . .

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