Thankful Thursday



Today I was all set to tell you how thankful I am for the changing season.  A bit of green grass that has even had to be mowed, is a sure sign of warmer times to come.  However, my green grass has been covered in snow, yet again!  Thankful anyway as the snow will melt and spring will press on.

What are you thankful for today?  Big or small, it doesn't matter.  Link it up and let us know!  


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  1. I think this is the the time of year when we can all get a little frustrated. Just when we think spring has arrived a little blast of winter reminds us that it may not be quite over yet. Last week we had a day when it hit 14 degreees C, and today, when I am meeting people for a tree identification walk, it is minus six, with the wind chill feeling like minus twelve. What can we do? Grin and bear it, that’s all!

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  2. Still have snow here, but melting fast.I am ready for green, seeing some bulbs peeking

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  3. Hello, pretty view of your countryside! We had our first big snowstorm of the winter on the first day of Spring. Thanks for hosting. Have a happy day!

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  4. How fast things change . . .
    Green . . . then white . . .

    I remember several years ago in Wisconsin when
    it snowed on April 14, our sons birthday.
    Instead of making a snow man
    we made a huge bunny with colored eggs.

    I am thankful for memory treasures ...
    And the sunshine days we have enjoyed here all week . . .
    Temlperatures still between the twenties in the morning
    to around forty in the afternoon . . .

    Happy Springtime Days, Michelle . . .

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  5. Hope the snow melts quickly,,,it is time for spring to get here!!

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  6. The green grass will surely come out greener and thicker. Your landscape is beautiful!
    I'm thankful for the little birds that keep calling and singing for me!

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  7. This moment, some of the things I'm grateful for are the daffodils coming up in the yard and the buds about to burst on my ancient magnolia...

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  8. I'm thankful that even though there is some snow on the ground it is actually spring and that means warmer days ahead. xo Laura

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  9. Oh no Michelle! The seasons certainly seem to drag on these days. We are supposed to be in autumn and summer just won't buzz off 😀

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  10. Hi Michelle, Big city dwellers, like myself, will likely be quite envious of all that wonderful space in your photo. It looks so peaceful! Thank you for hosting Thankful Thursday. I've wanted to join the linkup for a long time and finally got it done today. Thanks again and have a great day! John

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  11. Oh, small town girl...I didn't know about your link party...I will be sure to play.

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  12. I can appreciate that longing for green fields & blue skies but it surely is ready to burst over Kentucky soon!
    Thanks for hosting!

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  13. I'm thankful that big snow turned out to be not so big and today it's melting quickly. WELCOME SPRING.. .please!?

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    1. Karen Ann, Spring is taking its sweet time this year.

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  14. Amazing that it looked like summer one moment and the next like winter. It's pouring rain here in our part of Oregon.. I'm so ready for sunshine. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. We haven't had snow for a few weeks and I don't want to see any more of it this year!

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    1. Pat, I thought we were finished with the stuff! I hope we can now move on to warmer weather.

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  16. Smile - your story was mine a week ago, so that was the reason for my post this week! With all the mess snow brings, am still thankful though because I could shoot lots of photos. Hope next week your story will have changed:) Hang in there!

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  17. Oh no, I'm grateful for the ugly brown snow free grass!

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  18. My son picked out a giant dolphin balloon for his birthday party. I am thankful someone actually makes giant dolphin balloons!



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  19. It seems like nature can't make up her mind right now! Love the photo.

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  20. A pretty scene!
    Thanks for hosting!

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  21. Snow is nature's fertilizer! Today was a very happy and sad day for us--my middle grandson's birthday and the loss of a niece in law ro cancer. I am thankful our niece had a strong faith and her suffering is over and she is at peace with the Lord.

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  22. Happy that it is sunny here. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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  23. When you get snow, we have a cold snap with overnights to the high 40s and daytime highs in the high 60s. There must be a reason I go to Florida for the winter . . .

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