Thankful Thursday

It’s Thankful Thursday hosted by Brian of Brian’s Home. He wants us to post what we’re thankful for.

I think it’s a good thing to do each week. Focus on the positive things in our lives.

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I’m thankful when I wake up each morning. I’ve a blank canvas to have the best day I can. It’s all up to me.

I’m thankful for my eyesight. Being able to see all the beautiful things around me is a blessing.

I’m thankful I can hear. Hearing the birds sing, a kitten meow, or a pup bark is wonderful. To hear my husband tell me he loves me is the most precious thing I can hear.

What are you thankful for today?

1. Brian’s Home
2. messymimi
3. Animal Shelter Life
4. Pose!
5. Thankful Dad
6. My GBGV Life
7. Thankful Thursday
8. Purrseidon
9. Zoolatry
10. Catscue
11. A Shutterbug Explores
12. 15andmeowing
13. Thankful Thursday
14. Comedy Plus
15. Kitties Blue
16. Eastside Cats
17. Angels Whisper
18. Violaetcetera
19. Patty Skypants
20. LLB Gang ~ Rosy
21. Create with Joy
22. Betty
23. Feline Opines
24. Weathering a Storm
25. Monster Martha
26. RompRollRockies
27. Creative Cat
28. Soul and Mind
29. Amber’s Book Review
30. Layla’s Woof
31. Midnight Calico Farm
32. Real and Raw
33. Lilly’s Selfie

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66 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday

  1. Ann Thompson says:

    That’s a great way to look at each new day. A blank slate to fill however you choose.Since it’s snowing here today, I’m thankful for warm clothes, hats and gloves.

  2. kittiesblue says:

    Those are some powerful things for which we to be thankful, and all of us who are as blessed as you are should never take it for granted. Love and hugs, Janet p.s.Your two boys are on our blog today!

  3. Paul Pietrangelo says:

    I love that comment about the morning having a ” blank canvas “. It does make a great deal Sandee especially since this morning is so white, about 6 inches of snow. I thank my wife so much, she’s outside shovelling the snow and she loves it. I’m thankful to see the sun, yes its sunny outside, so beautiful with the snow outside and I’m thankful for God allowing me to see all of this this morning. Have a wonderful day Sandee.

    Cruisin Paul

  4. Eastside Cats says:

    “So if you’re worried and you can’t sleep
    Count your blessings instead of sheep
    And you’ll fall asleep counting your blessings”
    from White Christmas, sung by Rosemary Clooney and Bing Crosby

  5. -Eugenia says:

    You know we take things like good eyesight and hearing for granted, Sandee. We should be grateful for these things because they maintain the quality of our lives.

  6. Feline Opines says:

    We’re thankful that Angel Tucker’s sister, Jasmine, had such a good report from the vet and that Lily is getting her appetite back (this is never a problem, for Oliver!)
    Purrs & Head Bonks,

  7. Kathe W. says:

    Perfect words Sandee…..I am thankful too for my eye sight and hearing…so many things to be thankful for: friends, family,
    good health and living in the USA. I am also thankful for my sense of humor…..when the going gets tough I usually can find
    some humor while fixing what’s wrong. Cheers!

  8. Dakota/Caren/Cody says:

    Those are wonderful things to be thankful for and we feel the same. I am particularly thankful that tomorrow is Dakota’s 13th birthday…’s been a rough year for him health-wise and we are grateful for each and every day we have with him.

  9. Jan K says:

    Those are beautiful! Thanks for reminding me to wake up in the morning with a good attitude, and focus on what great things each day might bring! ♥

  10. UP says:

    All my sibings have hearing problems. I don’t and I’m so thankful. Can’t see across the room, so I guess that makes UP for it.

  11. ChirpyDebs says:

    Hi Sandee, I can’t imagine a world where I can’t hear the birds sing or watch the sunrise. I’m also thankful that I’m a morning person as it’s the best time of day.


  12. Debbie D. says:

    Yes, I’m definitely thankful to be able to see (with glasses) and hear, as well as remaining lucid and mobile. That may not be the case in later years. Kind of a frightening thought! One day at a time. 🙂

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