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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Today I’m thankful for new windows for our home. We live in a Bright built home. It’s well made, but the windows have always been pretty awful. Streaked and just ugly windows.  We decided on Renewal by Andersen. They have a great reputation and top of the line windows. We have 26 windows, plus a patio door and one French doors to replace.

The windows below are not our windows but it gives you an idea of what they look like. Ours are all white.
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They are currently working on replacement of the windows. This is day two and I can’t believe the difference. Beautiful. Tomorrow morning the shutter company comes to measure and start working on the shutters. No more mini-blinds for us.

What are you thankful for today?

1. Brian’s Home
2. Animal Shelter Life
3. Messymimi
4. It’s a Snap!
5. Cats-astrophic
6. Timmy Tomcat
7. My GBGV Life
8. A Shutterbug Explores
9. Eastside Cats
10. Two Spoiled Cats
11. Comedy Plus
12. Purrseidon
13. 15andMeowing
14. My Mind’s Eye
15. Bionic Basil
16. Catscue
17. The LLB Gang
18. Milo Moments
19. Peripheral Perceptions
20. Create with Joy
21. Kitties Blue
22. Phamily Blog
23. RompRollRockies
24. Peabea

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68 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday

  1. Ann Thompson says:

    That is one beautiful window. The windows in my house are very cheap ones. When my house was built they didn’t use the best quality materials. One day I would like to replace mine. I have way less windows in my house

  2. My GBGV Life says:

    We have lousy windows too, but the worst is our sliding glass door which is probably the most used door in the house and it is falling apart. At some point, we will need to replace that for sure, windows may have to wait. Enjoy your new windows and a clear view to the great outdoors.

  3. Sandra Hangey says:

    Yay for new windows, we could use a few too. this one is gorgeous.. can’t wait to see yours when it is done. that is a lot of windows. i love having light come in. i think i would like the blinds that are inside the windows, but not sure. by shutters, do you mean the plantation shutters? i would love those

  4. UP says:

    Thankful that when this rain finally ends, the weather will cool. Looking forward to Fall so much! Wishing my life away, I know. Have a great day my friend, and I wis I could send y’all some rain!

  5. Bette A. Stevens says:

    Lovely… Thankful that hubby washed down and repainted siding and trim this summer… We’re looking pretty, BUT now I must get the windows washed and then we’ll be glorious! πŸ™‚ Your new windows will be grand! xo

  6. The Gang at LLB says:

    We bet those windows look gorgeous!! We also hope they aren’t looking out on smokey skies(the skies on the coast have finally cleared)!

    So thankful we are seeing misty rain here today!

  7. A ShutterBug Explores says:

    How exciting ~ new windows ~ something I should do but don’t ~ Glad you and hubby ~ ^_^

    Xox to you and hubby from me and Angel on Cape Ann MA ^_^

    Live each moment with love,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  8. -Eugenia says:

    Amazing how new windows can make a home have a whole new look. I love those windows and I imagine your home will look gorgeous when all is said and done. Happy Thursday!

  9. 15andmeowing says:

    Getting new windows is something to be thankful for. My hubby had vinyl replacements put in the year before we got married in 1991 and I think we are ready for new ones again. XO

  10. The OP Pack says:

    We have several windows that also need to be replaced, but it sure does get pricey. We have all those big tall windows across the back of our house – mega $$$ You will have to take a pic for us once the blinds are done too.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  11. Paul Pietrangelo says:

    At least I’m thankful for my family & friends. Today I took my Camero in because one of the tires was loosing air. After 2 hours I left buying 2 tires for the back tires. They cost me $1000. Happy Thursday Sandee. At least they will protect us when we go the road. Thanks for that. Have a great day.

    Cruisin Paul

    • Sandee says:

      Yes, we are most happy right now. The shutter guy had a bunch of paper window coverings and he put them up for us today. We can now have some privacy. πŸ™‚

  12. The K Clowder says:

    We have bay windows in the living room and the front bedroom! We replaced cheap ugly 60’s windows 25 years ago with these beauties. At the time they were top of the line and they still fit beautifully. There (still) is no draft off of them even when its really cold. The cats and plants love them. Shutters is a great idea!
    You will LOVE your new windows!

  13. Anne M Robinson says:

    W O W ! Gorgeous, I am hopeful we can do this one day too. Right now we have the solar and working in our garage and backyard. So many trees to deal with too. I am super late but this was not my best day πŸ™‚ HUGS across the miles XO XO

  14. darlamsands says:

    Wow! You have a lot of windows. We replaced all of our doors and windows because the house got soooo cold in the winter. As it turns out, the original heat pump was undersized to the point my brother worried about our indoor pipes freezing. Now we own one that’s state-of-the-art. Enjoy your new windows! ~hugs~ And be well, my dear.

    • Sandee says:

      Yes it is right now. Got some of the new windows covered and some will have to wait for the paper to arrive. Won’t get the shutters until December. πŸ™‚

  15. Jen says:

    How exciting! I would live in a room with windows like that. We got a new ac unit this spring and this summer as it chugged along so quietly I was so very grateful!

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