Hello Readers – To join in with Norm’s Thursday Doors I have some fresh September photos coming at you in black and white today. These doors are from an old building in Richmond, Virginia. Also, to join in with Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Candid Photography HERE I have this photo: _ For more information on … More Thursday Doors in Black and White Photos
Hello Readers – To join in with Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo challenge this week, I have some older doors. Did you know that Homer made two versions of Snap the Whip? Math in Art The comic for today (Thanks again Linda) ___ Go HERE to Norm 2.0’s blog – to … More Thursday Doors: Sunflower Wreath, Soft Yellow, and Snap the Whip Kinda Shed….
Hello Readers – To join in with Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo challenge, I have doors with Richmond, Virginia. The photos also have a theme of various trees – and a couple have a nice blue sky. Ready? ___ Do you have one that you like the most from this post? I like 2 and then 6 … More Thursday Doors from Richmond, Virginia (with a Splash of Trees)
Hello Readers – time to share some Thursday doors – and the rest of the photos from our May 2019 visit to Baltimore, MD (first post is HERE). TODAY’S DOORS Johns Hopkins Hospital Did you ever call this hospital “John Hopkins” without the “S” – many of us have…. ever wonder why it is … More Thursday Doors (Baltimore PART 2 – The Wire Neighborhood)
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 – … More Thursday Doors (Glass Doors – and 2 Misc – from the archives)
Happy Thursday Everyone. Joining Norm 2.0 and the Door Crew with GARAGE DOORS from The Fan neighborhood in Richmond, VA. My top three Garage doors from The Fan: The Fan neighborhood has the name because of the “triangular-fan shape” streets make from Belvidere to Boulevard. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1985. Go … More Garage Doors from The Fan Neighborhood (Dickinson Poems AFRAID and I’M NOBODY)
We have a family member (hubs’ side of family) who had cancer surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital this week (he is doing very well, and asked for privacy). Johns Hopkins Hospital (here) is noted for inventing the rechargeable pacemaker, renal dialysis, and insulin research. (Side note – I do have some thoughts about the sick care in … More Thursday Doors (The Wire Neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland)
Hello Readers- Joining in with Norm 2.0 with Thursday Doors. We were at the Swift Creek Mill Theatre (in March) to see “Bright Star,” the Tony Award-nominated musical from Steve Martin and Edie Brickell. The story is based on a true event and it is “set in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina” and depicts … More Thursday Doors – Swift Creek Mill Theatre in Virginia
It is Thursday and so that means it is time to join in with Norm’s #Thursdaydoors (here) and thanks to Dan for getting his post up so early so I had the door link right there to borrow. Today I am featuring YELLOW doors, each with a different mood. Now the book share. … More YELLOW THURSDAY DOORS (& Lady by the River – Post 7 of 10)
Happy Saturday readers, The prompt for #SoCS (stream of conscious blog challenge) this week is to use the word “soul” or “sole” in your post. I missed the last two weeks and the first thing on my mind is that I still had an idea for Linda’s prompt two weeks ago, which was when she … More What is Good for the Soul? (music, doors, tea, peace, etc. #SoCS)
Wishing you a nice day and I will be back later to add my post to the Inlinkz. In the meantime, go here to join in or see more. — Lastly, right outside my door, I still have some nice October blooms with my Mandevilla (the one that did not bloom for part … More Thursday Doors (Sell Out)
I will be back later to add the link up for this door post. Go here to link to add your door post or to see more entries for this week: And click here to visit the Door host, Norm. priorhouse blog . . . . .