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.

Make sure you link up to the Blog Hop at Brian’s Home and get the code to put on your blog. Then visit all the participants.

I’m thankful for Freedom of Religion. Many around the world will never experience what we take for granted here.

I’m thankful weekends. It’s a time to go out and explore the world.

I’m thankful for all the pets I visit while blogging. Although we don’t have any anymore, I sure have fallen in love with so many precious babies that my blogging buddies have. I grieve when they leave their peeps and go to the rainbow bridge.

I’m thankful that I can read. Many can’t. I can travel around the world and never leave the comfort of my chair.

β€œGratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today and creates a vision for tomorrow.” Melody Beattie

What are you thankful for today?

1. Brian’s Home
2. messymimi
3. Indulged Furries
4. Animal Shelter
5. Dash Kitten
6. Zoolatry
7. Little Binky
8. Purrseidon
9. Timmy Tomcat
10. Mudpie
11. Thankful Thursday
12. A Shutterbug Explores
13. Comedy Plus
14. Natasha Musing
15. Catscue
16. Eastside Cats
17. 15andmeowing
18. Friends FurEver
19. It’s a Snap!
20. Big Boy
21. Kitties Blue
22. The LLB Gang
23. Brain Training
24. Create with Joy
25. Feline Opines
26. Violaetcetera
27. Thankful Thursday
28. RompRollRockies
29. Phamily Blog

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65 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday

  1. Nancy Chan says:

    I am also thankful for freedom of religion in our country which many have taken for granted. Thankful also for the internet, computer and smart phones which we cannot do without.

  2. Ann Thompson says:

    Love that quote. Being grateful can make a big difference in how we view everything.
    I feel the same way about all the blogging pets I’ve met. I’ve cried over severeal who have left their humans.

  3. Victor S E Moubarak says:

    There are so many things to be thankful for in our lives, but we go along and take them for granted. God protects us and saves us from so many dangers and troubles that we are not even aware of. Yet we forget to thank Him.

    God bless.

  4. Sandra Hangey says:

    I too am thankful I can read just like you are not only does it let me travel around the world and visit places that I would never visit and meet people I would never meet but it means that my eyes are still healthy and that I can see which is something that I’m very thankful for. Mysite my hearing and the fact that I can still walk

  5. My GBGV Life says:

    I think most people are more thankful then ever having had our freedom taken away with this virus thing. We are all now thankful for basic life things that we all used to take for granted.

  6. Linda Arthur Tejera says:

    This virus thing has been a wake-up call to many. This is the first time in the history of this country that our freedom of religion has been impacted by government closure of churches. We’re on a slippery slope and I hope people wake up soon.

  7. Margaret Elmendorf says:

    I am thankful for all of our blogging buddies, even if we don’t blog any more. We love reading the blogs. We are thankful for the roof over our heads and for the food we eat. Sandee hope you and Zane have a perfect day.

  8. Eastside Cats says:

    I remember when I discovered the library at my elementary school; the trajectory of my life changed in that moment!
    Reading, especially non-school books, has been a major force in shaping the person that I am today.
    Very powerful stuff.

  9. Brian says:

    Those are purrfect thankfuls, we can’t imaging where we’d all be without reading. Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

  10. Paul Pietrangelo says:

    Canada has allowed me to have the freedom to have religion, talk whatever I want within the rules. These people who think that they can say whatever no matter, they want are wrong. Respect is important, I’m thankful that people respect me. I’m thankful for having my friends. They give me strength everyday. Enjoy your day Sandee and please keep safe.

    Cruisin Paul

  11. A ShutterBug Explores says:

    I am thankful for you and your supportive energy as I mourn for loss of my sweet Zoe ~

    Xox ~ lots of hugs and love to you ~ Happy Boating ^_^

    Be Safe, Be Well,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  12. Cecilia Upchurch says:

    Sandee what absolutely beautiful thankfulness today. I agree about reading. My mom was an avid reader. We went to the library every Saturday when I was a child.
    Hugs and Happy Thursday

  13. -Eugenia says:

    Freedom of religion and being able to read are things we take for granted. I am thankful for these things, as well, plus a slew of other things. It pays to step back and think about things we are grateful for. Happy Thursday!

  14. Molly the Airedale says:

    We are so thankful for our blogging buddies that live in all parts of the world. We learn so much for them and see such beautiful sites. I am also thankful for books. I can’t imagine life without them.

  15. Invisibly Me says:

    So true on freedom of religion and, at least to some degrees, freedom of speech, of choice, of dress, etc. That should never be abused or taken for granted. And yes, I’m incredibly thankful I can read, too. I consider it a blessing to be able to write and a joy to be able to read, especially how books are a big part of my life. Are you busy reading blogs or do you have a good book on the go at the moment?
    Happy Thursday, Sandee! xx

  16. The Gang at LLB says:

    Such wonderful thankfuls today! I also am very thankful for reading, and the places it takes me!

    • Sandee says:

      That’s the amazing part is all the places reading takes you. I’m currently in Scotland right now with the book I’m reading. πŸ™‚

  17. Tails Around the Ranch says:

    That traveling around the world from a comfy armchair is divine, isn’t it? So much which to be grateful especially these days where pandemic life lends itself to it. Thanks for sharing and loving Blogville’s pets. πŸ’™

    • Sandee says:

      It is divine indeed. I can get lost in a good book and do very often. You’re most welcome. I love your babies too and grieved when you lost Sam. πŸ™‚

  18. violaetcetera says:

    I also enjoy reading about other people’s furbabies. It’s almost like you know them, and I always feel welcome in the pet loving community. Like I always say, furbabies bring humans together.
    Have a wonderful Thankful Thursday!

  19. Lisa says:

    I’m trying to write in a gratitude journal a few times a week. Some weeks are successful, but some (like this week) are not because by the time I remember to record my thoughts, I’m too tired!! Freedom of religion is something in which to be thankful. Did you know the country with the largest increase in Christians is….China! Yes, we Americans take such freedoms for granted and sometimes we tend to twist our “religiosity” to fit our political opinions. Wonderful list! Hope this week has been kind to you. xoxo

  20. angelswhisper2011 says:

    Those were some great Thankfuls, Sandee, where we can fully relate to. When another furriend has left our planet, it feels like one of our own :'( That Quote is beautifulπŸ’—Pawkisses for a Happy DayπŸΎπŸ˜½πŸ’ž

  21. Jan K says:

    I’ve cried so many tears over other people’s pet losses that I’ve never even met in person. But they also bring many smiles and laughs! It’s the best thing that’s come out of blogging for me, so I’m thankful I decided to start a blog.

  22. Jen says:

    Pets make the world a better place!Our Eddie is pretty mush the best and makes our family so happy.

    I hope you have a lovely weekend πŸ™‚

    • Sandee says:

      Yes they are part of the family and often cared for even better than our kids. Just saying. I think it’s because they can’t tell us what they want sometimes. πŸ™‚

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