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Thursday doors

Here I was, wandering down the aisle looking for an idea.. I have to fantasy/character dolls i want to display in a woodland setting. Et voila, in front of me was a whole lot of doors. Et bien, what could i do but take pictures. Wasn’t today Thursday. So, here for you today is my collection of doors. Where they will lead you.. who knows. I suspect that the personalities you may meet if you venture into the wee world, will be full of fun and wonderful adventures, sure to charm your creativity and inspire you.

“The easiest thing in the world is to be you. The most difficult thing to be is what other people want you to be. Don’t let them put you in that position.”

Leo Buscaglia

Oyashikiri

For more doors, visit Norm 2.0 https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2020/02/06/thursday-doors-february-6-2020/

Comments on: "Thursday doors" (22)

  1. I really like these whimsical buildings.

    • yes, I always stop and enjoy them when in the shop.. I tell myself one day I will get one and create a little fantasy garden. enjoy the thought, and then move on. I’m glad I captured the spirit of the little gems today. They have a happy vibe

  2. Simply wonderful!

  3. Oh wow, these are cute doors 👍🏼

  4. In my dreams I’m moving in to the house with the purple leaves above the door. I’ll create magic from there.

  5. They must be the tiniest, cutest doors this week. Good find.

    • Thanks Jean, hope you have been enjoying the past weeks and months, we have had a mild weather here. (for this part of Canada).. waves cheerfully across the miles…

  6. I like that quote. *Waves

  7. Those are adorable! I’m going to move into that caravan forthwith and drive up to visit your dolls. Maybe you can shrink, as I will have to, and come to tea. We’ll have fairy cakes! 🙂

  8. Waving back from a stormy, cold Ireland. Spring is hopefully just around the corner 🙂

  9. Cute doors and love the quote! 🙂

  10. Not my thing, but those little things are quite cute and I really like the quote. Haven’t thought of Leo for years. I always remember him writing about how his mom told him wearing garlic around his neck would keep him from getting colds. I figure no one would get close enough to share germs! 🙂

    janet

    • Good morning Janet… happy Valentines day.. I always want to ask and forget.. do you have horses? and if you do… how do they enjoy the cold?

      • We do but not where we live. They’re in Wyoming where we go each summer, with a herd of horses belonging to other people who all have cabins on the same place. In the winter they’re all our on someone’s ranch and on the summer they’re up at the cabins.

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