I took this picture several years ago on one of my first visits to San Miguel de Allende, and I’ve tried to find it again, but haven’t the faintest idea where I was nor where this set of doors is. I wanted to take a better picture, but, alas, we will have to live… Continue reading Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge
Haven’t seen many new doors lately so am going back to my archives to find a picture I haven’t posted, and, by golly, found this colorful one. One of the great things about San Miguel is one is always treated to feative colors. There are no rules as to what colors you can use, except… Continue reading Thursday Doors May 15, 2020
On a quick walk around the block with the doglets yesterday I happened upon this semi-green door and thought I would share it with Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo Challenge viewers. See many more at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2020/04/09/thursday-doors-april-9-2020/
This door appears not to be in use, but is waiting for its occupants to return and begin redecorating their home as spring arrives. This is my contribution to Norm’s Thursday Doors Photo Challenge where you will find lots of great door pictures.
I love this door to the VFW hall in Wilburton, OK. It seems majestic to me. See more doors at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2020/03/19/thursday-doors-march-19-2020/
The closing of Yourman Jewelers was the end of an era for this small town in southeastern Oklahoma. Yourman Jewelers was opened in 1907 by Mr. and Mrs. Yourman and following their death their daughter Ann took over the operation of the family business. In global terms, Yourman Jewelers was not a big thing, but… Continue reading Doors and Memories for Norm’s Thursday Doors Challenge