Look at me, getting this week's Ten Things of Thankful posted early!
That's because I'm spending the weekend with two of my besties to celebrate a 60th birthday, and you KNOW there will be thankfuls aplenty that come from it, such as:
So far, we have missed all the severe weather that has been moving across the area today. We've had rain, but no tornadoes, no hail, no lightning.
We saw buds on the trees as we drove towards our destination.
Daffodils are in bloom, and as we drove along the turnpike, I saw clumps of them, large and small, scattered along the side of the road. It made me a little sad, because it means that there was once a home there where someone planted those daffodil bulbs, but the homes were torn down long ago to make way for the new highway; only the little bulbs were left behind. The daffodils are a bright, happy spot to see amongst the dry, brown landscape, so instead of feeling sad, I decided to feel thankful that someone once took the time to plant them so many years ago that I can enjoy today.
Take a look around and find the daffodils of YOUR life, write a post that lists them, and link them up with us. The hop is open Fridays just after midnight until Sundays just before midnight (CST).
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I like the idea of thankful things which happen through the day as being the "daffodils." Looking on the bright and thankful side always makes everything a little better.ReplyDelete