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Thursday Doors

  I walk by this casa every day and this morning the sun hit the rocks and flowers just right and decided to share it with you folks. Find more Thursday Door pictures at Norm’s blog: https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2020/07/23/thursday-doors-july-23-2020/

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Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge

  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

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Thursday Doors May 15, 2020

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

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Thursday Doors, Cats and Fountains

Happened upon this entry this week as I explored old neighborhoods in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Thought you would enjoy seeing this door and the fun cats on either side. Across the narrow street were the 2 fountains. Enjoy. Check Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge for more interesting doors. https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/category/thursday-doors/  

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Weekly Smile

This guy brightened my day as I walked through Parque Juarez in San Miguel de Allende this week. Not only is he a perky addition to the park, but he is the retainer for plastic bottles and cartons. Brought a smile to my face. https://trentsworldblog.wordpress.com/2020/03/23/the-weekly-smile-for-the-23rd-of-march-2020-weeklysmile/  

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Annual (and Less than Inspired) Christmas Letter

Hello Folks, This is my ‘catch you up on what’s happening in my life’ review for 2019, boring as it may be. But, hey, I need to write a column, I need to post a blog, and I need to assure people who have sent me messages throughout the year (and who I have not… Continue reading Annual (and Less than Inspired) Christmas Letter

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Doorway Decorated for the Holidays

This unusual Christmas decoration around a door in San Miguel de Allende caught my eye. Thought you might find it interesting as well. See more door pictures at Norm’s Thursday Door Photo Challenge site: https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2019/12/12/thursday-doors-december-11-2019/      

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Strollin’ in the ‘hood’–Norm’s Thursday Doors

I took another stroll down a busy street in San Miguel this week, and these are some of the doors and shoppers I found. See more on Norm’s blog at https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2019/10/24/thursday-doors-october-24-2019/              

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All Blood is Red

Now that I’m back walking around town I have discovered some new art gracing walls in my San Miguel neighborhood. These shots were taken on the wall that protects a day care facility, and I find it whimsical and beautiful.       “All Blood is Red” writes the artist on the lower right side… Continue reading All Blood is Red

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Norm’s Thursday Doors–Elegant Door

This door has intrigued me for several years because it leads no where, except to possibilities. It serves as a decorative piece in a hotel lobby in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, and it is beautiful. Where it came from, how old it is, some historical tidbits, I do not know, but the dark turquoise… Continue reading Norm’s Thursday Doors–Elegant Door