Thankful Thursday

The girl of the house and her dear friend.  


Whew!  What a week!  There are 18 days left in the school year and it is crunch time.  The girl of the house currently has a terrible case of strep throat and is working from home on her senior research paper.  Softball games continue (the girl plays after she is well), and it is end of year testing time for my primary school.  Did I mention field trips and special events?  What a crazy time of year.  But, it is all good!  I am thankful that we are all making it and getting things accomplished.  

What are you thankful for today?  I hope you will take a moment and link it up.  Life is precious and everything is important.  

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  1. ...busy times, something to be thankful for.

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  2. Hello, your daughter and her friend look beautiful. Lovely prom dresses. It is hard to believe the school year is almost over. I hope your daughter is feeling better now. Thanks for hosting. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day! Have a great weekend!

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    1. Eileen, she is doing a bit better. It is slow going.

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  3. Oh wow---bust time for sure. I had 4 daughters---fairly close together in age and yes senior year----yikes!!!
    Enjoy
    MB

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    1. I only have two children, (boy and girl), and I cannot imagine having four daughters!

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  4. 18 days left in the school year.. I don't understand that Michelle, how do your terms work? The girls look absolutely gorgeous ✨

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    1. Teachers will go back the last week of July and students come back the first week of August. We have June and most of July off from school. One week break in October, two week break in December, one week for spring break and then we close out towards the end of May.

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  5. There is so much to be thankful for...My doorbell just rang and there was my next door neighbor, Hye. This lovely Korean woman was standing there with a dozen fresh eggs from her friends hen.
    I love my neighbors and how we look out for each other.
    Yummm, there is nothing like "home-grown" eggs.

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    1. So wonderful that you have neighbors like that!

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  6. It is a hectic time of year and I hope she gets well soon, a lousy time to be sick.
    I'm pretty happy we had a beautiful holiday weekend as now they're talking snow. Crossing fingers it misses us and if it doesn't I'm thankful in advance that it melts quickly.

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  7. I hope your daughter didn't have to miss the prom due to her illness. She and her friend are beautiful. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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    1. Teresa, she did make it to prom and had a great time. Sick this week, but seems to be getting better. It is some slow going.

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  8. Both beautiful girls and it is always good to be busy. Have a great weekend.

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    1. Being busy is always good. Nice to be productive in life!

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  9. WOW. Beautiful girls. Another year of school is nearly finished. We still have teachers' strike in Poland...
    Thank you for hosting.

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    1. We have had teacher controversy here in Kentucky. It is against our contract to strike, but we should have.

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  10. Your daughter and her friend are so beautiful! I love it when 'kids' take part in sports and learn all of those good lessons about teamwork. Enjoy your week! It's going fast, I'm sure!

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  11. This old teacher remembers well the chaos at the end of the year. The coming of Christmas holidays was just as bad. However, I enjoyed all my 37 year career and have now enjoyed 22 years of retirement.

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    1. I have been teaching for 24 years. I cannot imagine teaching for 37! We will see how it goes!

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  12. Love to hear about your busy life. I'm grateful for feeling well and able to accomplish some things around here.

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    1. Inger, I am glad to hear that you are feeling well. Give Samson and Hope a kiss :)

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  13. A terrific shot of the two of them.

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  14. Wow! Only 18 days left in the school year? The school where I taught has over a month. Your daughter and her friend look beautiful in their prom gowns. Have a wonderful last 18 days!

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    1. We get out of school towards the end of May, but it all starts again the first week of August. We have June and July off.

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  15. Wishing the Girl a speedy recovery, and best of luck to you during the final 18 days. Hearing your schedule, it doesn't sound like anyone there has time to be sick!!

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  16. Hoping she is better already, I think your daughter and her BFF are beautiful!! They go up soooo fast...:)JP

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  17. Very nice photo. Cheirsh these last 18 days of school. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

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