Thankful Thursday



Thankful this week for sweet scenes.  Published on my Instagram account earlier this week, this tiny house was discovered along an old country road.  The many softball games we attend during the season, take us through all kinds of old places.  I enjoy all of the views and occasionally stop to take a photo.  This is one of the smaller, old homes I have ever come across.  

What are you thankful for this week?  Shout it out and let us all know!  


It's a Small Town Life



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  1. What a great find. If it wasn't illegal, I'd love to get inside and poke around. You can also find lots of good stuff buried in the dirt around the house. But you have to dig and it takes some time. I love to drive along old country roads - there's so much of interest to see.

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  2. Hello Michelle!
    I am very curious what story would tell us this little house ?! Those who lived in it were happy?
    Now it seems so sad and lonely ...
    Have a nice Thuersday!

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  3. Such a cool little house. I love the scale.

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  4. I wish houses came with story boards out front. When built, who lived there, how many babies born, people passing, any big exciting details. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  5. i love when i come across a new old scene to me!!

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  6. Lovely place.
    Thank you for hosting.

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  7. I always wonder about the people that lived there...what their lives were like! I'm thankful to have an ID for my mystery flower! Lots of wildflowers here in Florida right now. Enjoy your afternoon!

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  8. I love the simple symmetry of this old home. Very cool, and one I would be back to photograph multiple times!!

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  9. I like that little house--it reminds me of ones we had in Brooklyn, NY. I'm thankful for all my travels that have given me so many wonderful memories!

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  10. Oh, this house looks like it has a wonderful story hidden inside! Such a sad, bittersweet ending. Thank you for hosting - hope your weekend is happy! x Karen

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  11. Sweet old, narrow house . . .
    Thankful this week for dropping Facebook from my life . . .

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  12. I love that you stop to take pictures wherever you go ...this one tells a story (at least a part of it ... wish we knew the rest.). Thank you for Thursday!

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  13. Awesome!! My mom would have explored it and imagined the people living there back in it's day.

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  14. Very beautiful photo. I try to the same with my pics. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful weekend.

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  15. Hello, that is a cute old house. Good luck with the softball games. I am sure the old place has many stories. Thanks for hosting, I am late adding my link on. Have a happy weekend!

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