YELLOW THURSDAY DOORS (& Lady by the River – Post 7 of 10)

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)

What is Good for the Soul? (music, doors, tea, peace, etc. #SoCS)

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)

Doors – Come on In

These days – it is fun (sometimes) to go inside those huge walk-in beer coolers.   The ones where you shiver, sniffle, chat, look at labels, and then decide on the same Devils’ Backbone 8-point Brew.    How inviting – the come on in sign really caught my attention. I hope when guests come to my … More Doors – Come on In

Thursday Doors (country doors, wreaths, tech talk, and laundry)

Hello Blog friends – it feels so good to put up a Priorhouse door post. Please join me as we explore a few doors from a small country town in Virginia (about 70 minutes outside of Richmond).  Another old country door. Look at the little curtain on the top window. That curtain is what caught … More Thursday Doors (country doors, wreaths, tech talk, and laundry)

Thursday Doors (and Lady in airport X-ray)

For some Thursday Doors this week, this painted-brick building (in Richmond, VA) stood out to me. Notice the three diverse doors – only one seems to be working (far right).  This is “so” Richmond.  That tree had some nice winter interest (this was early February 2018) – and the rooftop gadgets suggest this building might … More Thursday Doors (and Lady in airport X-ray)