No matter how much this old vehicle has been through, the doors have remained intact.
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Thank you to my wonderful caring friends who have been helping me while I heal. Friendships are treasures that one can’t find with a credit card, they are priceless.
Today in PL is Appreciation Day (formerly Thanksgiving) it is celebrated on the 21st of each month. We gather for a special ceremony at the church, services are held at 7 pm.
I have much to be thankful for, I have been unable to do to much for myself these past days, i.e a simple glass of water if it was out of my reach, was a total effort to attain if I had to get up out of bed and be mobile. Time heals, and with the help of my friends, I have managed, I am so blessed. I can now move around with the crutches in a much easier fashion, at times, I manage with one if the distance is short and there is furniture I can hold on to. A stool was placed in the kitchen so once I get there I can sit, reach the fridge, micro, toaster etc. and at least manage to get something to eat on my own.
It is easy to take for granted the mobility we have, I will certainly be more aware and remember to give thanks for all of my abilities and not take them for granted from now on. Appreciation is sometimes something we give lip service to, IT IS IMPORTANT.. our abilities, talents and skills are earned and when one is taken away even for a short time, “life” changes. In PL we ask that prayers start our day and end the day.
Service tonight is at 7 pm. if you cannot attend in person, please pray from home, Give thanks for the blessings received the past month, and ask for guidance for the coming weeks.
Express your appreciation with enthusiasm. Appreciation is the driving force for progress and development.Perfect Liberty 2021. 21
PS- if I lived closer I would want to get a cloth and polish the chrome on the old truck.. isn’t it a beauty!
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thank YOU so much, sends virtual hug your way
That truck is a beauty. It’s sad to see it rusting away. I hope you continue to regain your strength, and I appreciate your message about appreciation. I appreciate you linking up with Thursday Doors and the regular insights you share with the blogging community. Thanks, and take care.
Thanks Dan, Thursday Doors is important to me =^_^= we door “nuts” get to show and admire doors from all over the globe. thank YOU for allowing/ giving us the place to share. I appreciate your kind words .. have a great day and week-end..
Thanks- that means a lot.
btw.. I am hoping I get back to that area, the building beside it was completely falling apart and had been looted of anything of value. (wooden structure) the truck must have been loved at one time.. there is still a hopeful aura about it.
A fitting image for Thursday Doors, but more importantly, your message. Wishing you peace, strength, and patience during your healing process.
Heal well and quickly I hope.
thank you Denny, I am practicing patience =^_^=
What a wonderful find that truck it! I’m sorry you haven’t been doing well but hope you’ll be much better soon!
Wonderful pictures of an excellent find. I hope your healing continues apace.
At least the door was still attached. Hope your health and mobility continues to improve. You’re right about not taking things for granted, we tend to do that.
Sending healing thoughts. ❤