Hello Readers – next month, June 2019, I am going to try and use up photos from Prirohouse archives. Still thinking about the best way to do that – but archive sharing also starts today.
To join in with Norm’s Door Crew again this week, I have doors pulled from dusty digital folders.
First – this glass door with elaborate handles – from Winter Park, Florida
November 2018 – Winter Park, FL (Right near Trader Joe’s)
I connected with one of my former students (Tasch) and we sat in the courtyard across from these doors. We talked – ate some food from Trader Joe’s – sipped kombucha – and yapped for a long while. We are both ENFP’s and so the convo is that kind of good.
Another glass door with elaborate handles – from Short Pump, Virginia
July 2016 – Short Pump, Virginia
This glass door has a simple, streamlined handle from Richmond, VA.
February 2019 – VMFA in Richmond, VA I like how glass doors let the outside in – and the people in this shot add a mood to a courtyard I know very well.
Now to dig into the archives a little more –
Two More shots:
1) A house with only a bit of the door showing. When I used to drive by this house, it always reminded me of the Wilson character from Home Improvement.
November 2017 – Richmond, VA
Wilson is a fictional character from the sitcom Home Improvement (1991-1999). His face is never shown and the writers use this character for humor and also to bring learning into the show. Dr. Wilson is always sharing advice to all members of the Taylor family, “often reciting words of wisdom, famous quotes, or historical examples.” Wilson is barely seen as he peeks over the backyard fence. The character Wilson was inspired by a neighbor that Tim Allen had when he was very little; he was too short to see over his neighbor’s fence, and therefore unable to see his neighbor. In the comedy show, Wilson is a type of unseen character with lots of wisdom. (Side note – I once heard that Tim Allen grew up in the same Denver, CO neighborhood as my FIL).
2) No ornate handles, no glass – but this storage trailer sure gave a nice reflection.
Care to join in with Thursday Doors?
Go – leave your link – and/ or check out the other door shares for this week. HERE to Norm 2.0’s blog
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