Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for my small town community.  During times of strife and struggle, people come together for the common good.  Putting children first and solving problems is a priority here.  For that I am thankful.  

What are you thankful for today?  Shout it from the rooftops!  Link up and let us all know!! 


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  1. If your community can come together, put aside differences and work together for the common good, you are very fortunate for it seems these days that people too often cannot work together or compromise or cooperate for the common good. I would guess you have a really good influence in the area where your town is located.

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  2. i wish all communities were like that!

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  3. Hello, pretty image. Children and family should always be our priority. I wish you Have a happy Thursday!

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  4. I don't have a specific link for this post, but I'm grateful for blue skies, in general. And your photo makes me happy. So that's what I'll be shouting about today. Yay, blue sky.

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  5. I agree! Our children should be our priority! Happy Thursday sweet friend. Hugs, Diane

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  6. Thankful the sump pump is still working :-o.

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  7. Your community sounds like a group of thoughtful rational people. What a blessing. Enjoy your day.

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  8. I am thankful to be part of similar area, a nice refrain from a busy world.

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  9. Small town communities are definitely something to be thankful for! Lovely photo. Thanks for hosting!

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  10. ...'Putting children first and solving problems is a priority here.' Great to hear that they ALL support banning assault weapons.

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  11. I'm thankful I am a practicing Christian and I am enjoying the changing weather we are having.
    As a Grandmother I would lay my life down for any of my grandchildren.
    Glad to join i

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  12. i am super thankful for the bike ride i took yesterday!!!

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  13. It iis so good to live in a community like that, Michelle.

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  14. Love to see communities putting children first!!

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  15. I do so enjoy small town living.
    I am thankful for my town too.

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  16. We do need to put our future first. So many don't care to. Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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  17. Thankful you live in that kind of community . . .
    Good news . . .
    I am thankful for TIME . . . today.
    Time for watercolor, reading, a nap or two . . .
    and for “shingles” fading into the sunset . . . really, really . . . thankful.

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  18. Lucky you. I wish all communities would be like yours.
    Thank you for hosting.

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  19. We were both born and raised in a small town in Eastern Washington -- and we both wanted to experience travel and bigger cities (etc) -- and we're thankful we got to do that. BUT your posts bring back wonderful memories of childhood (and make me a little wistful about what we missed by moving away ..but we can't have everything.) We do have a nice little community feeling here in our RV resort -- people do watch out for each other .... it's quite lovely. Thank you so much for the memories and the reminders and as always for hosting.

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  20. I need to link up here....thankful for bloggers...a kind, relaxing community

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