Sunday, April 26, 2020

Sunday Blessings #10

Good Morning! It's a rainy, but bright morning here on the farm. I am thankful for the bright skies as I am hoping that means an end to the rains that have fell for about 24 hours now. Everything is getting green and I am fully aware that spring is upon us, but with highs in the mid 50's it sure does not feel like spring. I am thankful that we had decent weather for the time that my cousin and his wife visited from out of state this weekend. This post is ging to be a little different than the others as I want to post photos instead of writing a long post of things I am thankful for. 
My daughter who loves the outdoors and the rural life. 
Two of my dear friends

Another dear friend
Country roads in the winter time
Horseback riding
Memories like this taken at the state fair several years ago
Family


I could share so many more but I will leave the others for another time. I hope you will join in and share your Sunday Blessings with us. Link up below! 




 



16 comments:

  1. So much to be thankful for...even in these difficult times.
    Thankful for my home, food on the table, my Husband and my kids and their families.
    Thankful for ZOOM and the chance to visit with them and friends.
    Thankful for church on line...
    Thankful for Blogging and the friends I have met through it.
    Sue

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    1. You as well have plenty to be thankful for.

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  2. Your thankful post makes me smile big. THank YOU for that!

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    1. You are welcome! I hope I sent some smiles and sunshine your way.

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  3. How fun to see your family and friends, now and prior. We are feeling like summer in Southern CA...in the 80 and 90's today.

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    1. Must be nice as we are under a freeze warning tonight.

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  4. My Sunday Blessing: https://collettaskitchensink.blogspot.com/2020/04/sunday-blessings-42620.html

    Colletta

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    1. Sorry, I can't get the link to post correctly. UGH!

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  5. Your winter country road is lovely. And you have a beautiful daughter.

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  6. I'm not a fan of winter but the picture of the road with the snow covered trees is beautiful.

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    1. OH I don't care for winter either. I do love that photo though.

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  7. Oh I love your pictures especially the family one! I am SO thankful for my family! Enjoy your day dear friend, HUGS!

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