Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for those unexpected, sweet memories.  Yesterday I was cleaning out my Hoosier Cabinet.  Yes, nothing is safe while I am off work this week :)  After sorting through too many cookbooks, I found these items stowed away in a corner.  A couple of tiny pots made by my kids too many years ago, broken dish ware found at our old springhouse when the three of us spent many hours at the creek, and an old crab claw from some beach combing.  

The days are long, but the years are short.  

Thankful for these memories.  They are such good ones for me.  What are you thankful for this Thursday?  Please, let me know!  

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  1. ...the things that we save! Thanks for hosting Michelle.

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  2. I love finding little bits of history; such good memories. I'm thankful for time to get to the endless tasks that have been put off far too long. :)

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  3. Thank you for sharing your treasures with us!

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  4. I am always thankful to come across old treasures like that. They bring back fond memories. xo Laura

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  5. Nice to have a week off mid-semeester, and find these long forgotten treasures. Now you have the time tor repai/finish them:) Thankful rhat hubs found a way I can do my blogging, even though the electricity is turned off for a few days!

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  6. You wonder if the kids even remember making them.

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  7. Wonderful memories! The days are long but the years are short... I like that, and very true. Right now we have a couple sorry-looking pumpkins on the window sill my adult kids made when they were in kindergarten. They make me smile!

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  8. Oh I love the tiny pots the kids made! I have a little pin cushion and something carved and even some little candles that my kids made! And they are older than you! heehee! I have a lot to be thankful for this week! Thanks for the party! Hugs!

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  9. Just thankful for the good life I have.. and thinking about those Kurds getting massacred and wishing I could help them. sigh.

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  10. Memories come in many shapes, textures and sizes, Michelle. Some are more important than others...:)jp

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  11. Thankful that I kept some items that belonged to my late parents because it makes me smile to see them everyday.

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  12. I confess to too many cookbooks also Michelle, they went to a good home at a book sale 😉

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