A ShutterBug Explores ~ Thankful Thursday


'Man's mind stretched to a new idea never goes
back to its original dimension.'
~ Oliver Wendell Holmes




A Magnolia blooming on Cape Ann MA.

We are linking with: Thankful Thursday.

What am I thankful for: 

~ for nature's seasonal treasures
~ for being able to walk in nature
~ for life
~ for my little yorkie's leg continuing to heal 
~ for being able to do what I need/want to do
~ for being able to cope with this terrible situation
that we are all in 
~ for staying healthy every day
~ for friends, family
~ for my blogging friends ~ staying connected


We love your comments, thanks, ^_^



'artmusedog' aka zoe



'carol

Comments

  1. I just love the scent of a magnolia blossom, nothing like it in the world. Have a wonderful day in beautiful Cape Ann!

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  2. Really wonderful thankfuls! We have several magnolia trees in our yard. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  3. Oh you're seeing spring. Lovely. Lovely thankful things too. I'm happy Ms. Zoe is healing nicely.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday, Carol. Big hug to you and lots of lovies and scritches to Ms. Zoe. ♥

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  4. How wonderful that Zoe continues to heal and that Spring is arriving
    for you two to enjoy! Big hugs and continue to be happy and healthy!

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  5. We have so much to be thankful for my friend! I hope Zoe's leg gets lots better! Stay healthy and safe!

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  6. I do like magnolias :)
    Nice capture.

    All the best Jan

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  7. Hari Om
    They bud forever... then blossom and fade so fast! What delights the are for that brief time. YAM xx

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  8. Hello, walking with your dog and out in nature sounds peaceful. The magnolia is a lovely bloom, we are starting to see some here too. Stay safe and well! Take care, wishing you a happy day!

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  9. wow that quote is so true - never read it before. Beautiful bloom! Hope your day is sunny and happy. We have sun and a warm up and it's great.

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  10. Carol, I came to your blog from your comment on Tamago's blog. Your photography is amazing, and I'm happy to have discovered your blog. But today I am on a quest and thought you might be able to help. You see, TAMAGO entered a giveaway on my blog, but did not include her email address, and I can't find one on her blog. I was hoping I could impose on you to leave up this comment to let her know, if she happens to comment on this post, that she has actually won the giveaway (a very expensive kitchen knife). Thank you!

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  11. So many wonderful blessings. Stay safe!

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  12. Nice list of thankfuls. Stay healthy.

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  13. Oh Carol! I've seen some Magnolia trees in California when I lived there for a few months and I am so amazed by its flowers but I don;t get to see them so closely because those trees were high! Now I see through your photo how interesting it looks especially the hairy sepals! Oh those are beautiful! Do they have a scent? because in lotions I get to see Magnolia scent but not sure if it's really coming from the flower at all. Love it and beautiful list of Thanksgiving Carol!

    Stevenson

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  14. A beautiful way to begin a day...being thankful. Wonderful post Carol. Good to hear Mz Zoe is healing.

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