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the manse

This manse stands beside the big church in a small town on the way to Cornwall. I’ve seen the church for years, but I’d never gone down the street beside the church. the other day I did. It is amazing what we find when we venture down a side street, turn a corner or simply look in a different direction.

I thought today I would focus just on the one “set” of doors that lead into the manse on the way to Cornwall, it was such a lovely old home, well kept, and very inviting. The church it sits next too is full of character, it stands proud along the highway, and is always a “joy to behold” driving towards it and past it. The corner were the church stands, always feels special. You arrive there, and always there is a welcoming feeling.

A church is but a building, true, it is the community and the people that give it life, and character, but the above architecture and overall lay out of how it is situated and been maintained, was a pleasure to discover and now share with you.

Being Thursday, you can find more doors by visiting – Dan site, No Facilities https://nofacilities.com/2021/09/23/superior-street-doors/

Multitasking reduces your joy by half. When doing something give it your all. There is joy in everything.

Perfect Liberty 2021.23

Comments on: "the manse" (12)

  1. 👌👌👌📷

  2. Those are beautiful doors and I think they are worthy of having their own post. I like your thoughts on multi-tasking, as well.

    • thanks Dan. gave me a chuckle when I read your last sentence, you who tackles so much! .. you are such a handy man and versatile whether with a power tool or a keyboard!

  3. lise lawrence said:

    Good afternoon.

  4. Beautiful buildings! but most of all I like the view of the beach! So summery:)

  5. You have proved it is always worth exploring

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