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Thursday, May 10, 2018

Thankful for our World

I am thankful that this is the main "traffic congestion" that I encounter when driving on our roads.

And then, when I am home, I am thankful that our world is quiet enough that even Shyla can relax.

Most of all, I am so grateful that Mother Nature gives us the most stupendous shows that I can imagine!
Happy Thankful Thursday!

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  1. Hari OM
    Joining in that thanks! YAM xx

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  2. stupendous is the right word for that last photo. wow... and the fox is just gorgeous, or he might be a coyote, not sure. love those black legs..

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  3. So much beauty to be thankful for. Lovely photo of a fox too.

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  4. Nature always gives us something to be thankful for. Cute fox.

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  5. I love seeing our world through your lens!

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  6. And we are thankful that you share your world with us.
    Hugs madi and mom

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  7. Beautiful photos and WOW on that last one!

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  8. I am thankful for the same things. I don't have to use my brakes very much while driving to town. Going to LA next week, that will once again be a shock. A traffic shock like no other.

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  9. Amazing skies!!! This is the prettiest time of the year here with everything so green and fresh. But it is warming up way too quickly.

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  10. Oh, WOW!!!!!! You are surrounded by such beauty!!!
    KZK

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  11. Your neck of the woods is totally amazing! Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  12. What beautiful things to be thankful for today!!

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  13. I am always thankful to see foxes, especially one like the one in the post that looks healthy! There are so few around my corner of VA, and when I see them, I'm grateful that they are still here, and that the coyotes haven't chased them away.

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  14. Thankful that you share these wonder with us!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  15. It is a beautiful place you live in. So nice you enjoy it so much and take full advantage of what it has to offer.

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  16. Ohh the painted skys! Brilliant colors!
    And the fox! So handsome.
    love
    tweedles

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