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Thursday, June 13, 2013

Thursday's Thing*

Rain.  I guess today is a day to be thankful for it.  The state I love the most is on fire again.  And here we are getting hit with wave after wave of rain.  But today, I am ok with the rain.


 And I am ok with my speck of a house.  Because I have one and it is still standing.  It has not burned in forest fires or been sent into splinters by tornadoes.







*Appreciate what you have.  Want for less...unless it is beads or music.

10 comments:

Skylar Bre'z said...

Agreed. Colorado is near the top of our possible move-to states, but, I admit, the fires make me nervous. And my brother and the family are moving to Kansas, to a house without a basement. I worry.

Then, I look out the window at all the gorgeous green and flowers in my backyard and am very very grateful.

Bobbie said...

Amen and amen!

Gloria said...

I thought about you when I saw the fires. We all have a lot to be thankful for, even when it's hard to see it. Take care and have a good weekend. ♥

windrock studio said...

Well, I sure would love to be sitting with you on your pretty front porch right about now ... rain, and cocktails, sound wonderful.

AntiquityTravelers said...

what a sweet house that is! if only we could send the rain to CO ... I do, however love the sound of the rain

Katherine at Terra Beadworks said...

There is so much we should be thankful for that is for sure! It has been rainy here but mostly cold. Your home looks cozy and inviting and your yard is beautiful. Enjoy your summer wherever you end up!

Patti Van said...

I do not understand why Mother Nature appears to have gone nuts these past couple of years...fires, devastating tornadoes, torrential down pours. I, too, am grateful for what I have and that it is firmly situated on the ground.

LisaS said...

Ah its soooo lush and green! And I do love that front porch ;)

kimmykats said...

Beautiful home. My husband is ready for rain....enough farmers and all....he wants to go fishing!

Amy S. said...

Your house looks positively darling! (I'm catching up on posts!) YEs, the rain stinks but, yes, at least we have shelter to keep us from getting too wet! :)