I am lucky that when I want to walk outside, there is a neighborhood close by where I can walk a couple of miles if I meander through the streets and cul-de-sacs.
They are all two stories with 2, 2 1/2, or 3 car attached garages, large lots, invisible dog fences, and based upon the signs, the landscape companies spray the lawns almost monthly.
This is a fairly new neighborhood, and basically the houses all look alike except for the shade of tan paint and the color of the door and trim.
This house always has a lot of kids playing there. When you look in their backyard you know why.
In the summer, soccer, baseball, and ATVs driven on the lawn are the attraction. The gigantic net includes a ladder and even a chair affixed to the tree. This time of year, it is the ice rink with the basketball goal. Oh, and did I mention there are spotlights up high in the trees?
The door this week is plain, but the back yard definitely isn’t. So, I’m wondering what do you think? Best Dad ever or nightmare neighbor? 🙂
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, March 3, 2016.