My dear, I'm glad and thankful you've done with that dreadful, dangerous game.
On the day her mother died she told herself she was glad and thankful.
But for her it was a blessed release, and we can only be thankful.
The weight on my mind was removed, and I felt happy and thankful.
"I cannot tell you how thankful I am to you, Mr. Hardy," said Mrs. Weston, as he concluded.
And now, George, you don't know how thankful I am that you are different to what you were.
You won't suffer in that way, and ought to be thankful that you are under a good roof.
You ought to be thankful you can walk at all, and that you won't limp all your life.
I am thankful, for it was too much of a task, too heavy a burden on my shoulders.
Jim DID cry, and rip and dance and carry on, he was so thankful and out of his mind for joy.