OUR DAILY GRATEFUL POST!

TODAY I AM GRATEFUL FOR ROBINS!

EVERY YEAR I’M ALWAYS SO EXCITED WHEN I SEE MY FIRST ROBIN OF SPRING

what are you grateful for ~ please share…

Thank you!

(c) onceuponahotflash, 2017

25 thoughts on “OUR DAILY GRATEFUL POST!

  1. Spring sounds like it’s most definitely in the air over there. 🌸 How lovely. Here today I’m grateful for more rain which is turning my grass green again. Big hugs to you Deb xo

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    • Sounds like your getting your lawn back!! How’s Lamby, any news? Well it’s Spring on the calendar however, we’re experiencing an Arctic blast today & tomorrow and there’s been a mention of snow Sunday!! But I did see a few Robins so it won’t be long now for the warmer weather to get here! Big Hugs Miri… xo

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    • Crazy weather isn’t it? Here it’s warm one day, rainy the next and yes, my grass is greening up again . Lamby is well. I wrote a post about her. Big hugs back my lovely friend. Stay warm. xo

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    • Yes, it’s transitional this time of year…but I’m so anxious for it to get that I’m getting impatient! πŸ˜‰
      Oh that’s so great to hear, I’ll pop over to check the news!! Stay dry!! Ha.. xoxo

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    • It’ll be hear before you know it … Spring that is! 🌷🌼🌸 Hugs xo

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  2. Side-tracked today, but grateful that the escaped dog came home.

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  3. I too love to see the first Robin too because I know it is spring but I haven’t seen one in several years! Good morning Deb! I hope you have a marvelous day today! ((HUGS!!)) xoxoxoxo

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  4. They are beautiful birds.

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  5. I share your love of robins Deb. They are such a joy. xx

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  6. I am grateful for robins too-and today for brothers as well. I love the verse-what a happy post! thank you!

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  7. We only have crows in our town and I find the crowing a bit annoying. I was told recently that they are pretty territorial so manage to chase all the other birds away. That’s a bit sad.
    I am grateful to be living in a sun-filled town all year round.

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  8. Why don’t we have robins in Central Florida?

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