Thursday, November 24, 2016

The Last Good Fence


Joining TexWisGirl for the Last Good Fence Thursday post. Theresa is retiring from blogging and you will be sadly missed. I wish you much happiness and joy. Today I am thankful for your friendship.

I am thankful for sunshine and palm trees. and thankful for fencing that hides the garbage cans.

Thank you to the person who stood there and weaved the plastic through the fence.


Protecting the Mulch at Home Depot.  People steal mulch????
So much that they need perimeter patrol? 

I would be thankful to someone if they paint that board


16 comments:

Jo said...

Hi Sandra, I'm thankful to have met so many nice people on Blogger - especially you and of course, Theresa through Good Fences. Have a wonderful day and enjoy your Thanksgiving weekend. Jo

Ann said...

That's a great looking fence the way the plastic is woven through. Sadly yes, people would steal mulch. Some people will steal anything if it's not fastened down
Happy Thanksgiving

eileeninmd said...

Hello Sandra, Theresa will be missed in blogland. So sorry to see her retiring from blogging. I am thankful for the sunshine and palm trees too. Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Roflmao on the 'board' painting!!!

Beautiful, sunny Florida.

TexWisGirl said...

thanks for the smile at the end. :) too many tears this week. i will miss all of you very much. life needs to change, though. love you, sandra.

Madi and Mom said...

OMCs we agree that lone bare board needs a lick of paint.
Happy Thanksgiving
Hugs madi and mom

Breathtaking said...

Hello Sandra!:) Yes indeed! Theresa is a great gal, and wonderful friend. She will be sorely missed.

I want to thank you for the generous comments you always leave on my blog, and the laughter and smiles on yours, as your sense of humour is infectious, and I love that you are grateful for the fences that hide the trashcans:) and that you would be grateful if someone painted the board.:))) Have a great Thanksgiving and many blessings to you and your family.

PS.
I realized that Google had changed it's format eventually.:)

Gayle - venturesinphotos said...

You know those pictures that look like one thing and are really another? At first glance of the Home Depot pic I thought you were playing with your software and superimposed a dinosaur on the left. what???

Ginny Hartzler said...

The fence with the unpainted board looks almost like an on-purpose artwork. Like something Yoko Ono would think up. The dumpster fence is really unusual, I have not seen one like it. But the star of the show for me is this gorgeous row of palm trees with the white bark. This is a big WOW moment! I know for you, palms are as common as maple trees are here. But we have none, and have to go to a botanicical garden if we want to see any. Yep, you gotta watch for those mulch thieves!

carol l mckenna said...

Lovely tribute to Theresa and Good Fences ~ great shots.

Happy Thanksgiving to you.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Your comment to me gave me such a warm feeling. I, too, am so very thankful we managed to find each other. I cannot imagine being around without knowing you. Even when I took the long break, I would think of you and e-mail you. We are two peas in a pod.

Rose said...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Chatty Crone said...

I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I didn't know she was retiring - I think I will go and say goodbye.

Mildred said...

I will miss Theresa very much. We've known one another a long time. I like your photos and I guess we will all think of Tex whenever we see a fence from now on.
Hope you two had a nice Thanksgiving lunch.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Dog bless this mulch and protect it from harm!
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Debby@Just Breathe said...

I knew she was stopping the Good Fences but I didn't know she was stopping all together. I will miss her :(