Thursday, August 3, 2017

Thankful Thursday



Thankful this Thursday for Taco Tuesday.  I know....what a clash of days, but we had a food truck visiting our small town on Tuesday and it was a must visit.  The girl of the house drove us to town.  Seriously.....she drove, she parked, she was in charge of the Jeep.   We waited in line for our food, which was delicious, but the best part was the experience of it all.  You know, the drive, the talking, the time together, and the food!  It was the perfect moment to close out our summer.  

What are you thankful for this Thursday?  Shout it out!  Let me know!  Link it up!  Everything is important when we are talking about gratitude!  


It's a Small Town Life



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24 comments:

  1. ...food truck seem to be the rage.

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    1. Tom, I think you are right. They are fun!

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  2. I know what you're talking about, Michelle! Just good fun family times together!

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    1. Christine, it was just a simple moment, but a good one. I am glad we are still spending time together!

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  3. I really love this photo! How fun your trip was in the Jeep and I have never had tacos from a taco truck before although the aroma of the ones I've been around are aMAzing! Today I am thankful for many things, especially that it is MY Friday! Enjoy your weekend!

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  4. Hello Michelle, I love tacos. The food trucks are very popular here, we even have a cupcake truck. Congrats to your daughter, does she already have her drivers license? Sounds like a great outing. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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    1. Eileen, a cupcake truck would go over well here! My daughter still has her learner's permit, but tests for her license this month.

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  5. Wow, she didn't grow up that fast? I've got two waiting in the wings for their licenses- one boy, and one girl. The oldest girl is off to college in Fayeville this fall-9 days is her countdown! Family time is the best time!

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    1. Terri, family time is the best time! Good luck to your college girl!

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  6. You are a wise lady to realize that these indeed are precious moments.

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    1. The little moments are always the best.

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  7. Don't know how to take that the girl of the house took you to town ...you are glad you'all survived id, or are you amazed she could do it? Thanks for your comments every week!

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    1. My daughter has been driving, with a permit, for several months. This month, she will get her driver's license! She is still in "practice mode", for the moment!

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  8. I like food trucks when there's a place to perch and watch the lines then jump in to minimize waiting. Can you tell I hate waiting in line? Sounds like a solid family adventure and eating outdoors is a bonus. I'm thankful I still have my cousin's cat and the sweet corn is getting easier to come by. Plus it's delicious.

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  9. Your trip to town with your daughter sounds like a nice day. I wish I had those days back when my daughter was still home. She is long gone now and it's heart-breaking. I hope your kids don't re-locate thousands of miles away from you. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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    1. Teresa, my daughter might move far away some day, but we are collecting some moments together right now!

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    1. Pat, it was a great day and I am so thankful for the time spent with my daughter.

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  11. How cool that now your daughter is a confident driver! That's a milestone in all your lives. Tacos are yummy--my favorite are shrimp tacos

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  12. I'm not really sure what a food truck is (well, presumably a truck with food) - but shared time with people close to you is the best time there is.

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  13. Thankful last evening when Mister Irish arrived back home safe and sound.
    He had the daunting task of transporting his weary car several miles south through heavy traffic.
    Car hauling was not his forte' . . fresh walleye was waiting for him!

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  14. Time spent alone with your daughter . . . priceless!

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