Thursday Doors

Today is Thursday and Norm is back from vacation, so here’s a door for you to hopefully bring a smile.

History? Nope.

Story about the door? Nope.

Significance? It’s a ‘friend’ door. In other words, my Maine friend sent it to me so it is very significant since she knew it would bring a smile because it was a repurposed garage door with a gardening attitude.

Happy Thursday. πŸšͺ

Stay well, stay safe, and share a smile with someone. πŸ™‚


If you like doors, check out Norm Frampton’s, Thursday Doors, September 10, 2020. I’d say I was ‘linked,’ but I’m not because I can’t seem to ‘comment’ on Norm’s great post. I guess I file that under the same category as all the times I try to ‘like’ a comment on a blog, but I can ‘comment’ but not ‘like.’ Hmm, only the technical gods know. πŸ™‚Β 

About Judy@NewEnglandGardenAndThread

Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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38 Responses to Thursday Doors

  1. Dan Antion says:

    It’s good to have friends with a good eye for doors. That’s a beauty.

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  2. Happy Thursday! Thanks for the smile this morning!

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  3. Murphy's Law says:

    Fabulous door! Put a big smile on my face. 😊 What a special friend you have…..another reason to smile.

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    • My Mother-In-Law had shelves like that on the inside of her garage door, and she overwintered her geraniums on them. That was the absolute first thing I thought of when I saw this photo. πŸ™‚ Wonderful woman and a wonderful gardener.


  4. Norm 2.0 says:

    That’s a beauty! Excellent find. As for the comment problem it’s not you, it’s me. I didn’t pay attention to the settings I used when creating the post from a previous post that had comments closed. It’s fixed so you should now be able to leave your link. Sorry about that πŸ™‚

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  5. Sabiscuit says:

    Great red and white wooden doors. I love the clips at the top looking as if they’re suspended in the air. It’s a great sculpture idea and I kind of like the idea of doors stuck there looking pretty.

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  6. Eliza Waters says:

    It’s wonderful! ❀

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  7. Oddment says:

    A gardening attitude! The best kind! And a friend who will send such a door is the best kind, too. Thanks for passing along the smile. I’m going out to get ice cream in a little while, so I can guarantee I’ll pass it on!

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  8. Love the doors! And, of course, the flowers!

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  9. Love it! So clever, and I’m all for a gardening attitude, one of the finest kind of attitudes there is.

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  10. Joyce says:

    So charming! I have a β€œthing” for window boxes since they do dress up the front of my house so nicely. This one has that effect and is so perfectly planted with the β€œlittle guys” gracing the front and moving back to the taller ones. Colorful, too. I can only grow impatiens in my shade, so I can’t duplicate…only admire!
    Happy start-of-fall to you, Judy!

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  11. A theme of beauty. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. In a year of attitude, that’s certainly the best one I’ve seen yet! – Marty

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  13. A very special door since it’s from a friend to make you smile! Lovely! =)

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  14. What a wonderful idea and you could change the display on a whim, with new pots of colour. How lovely that your friends collect doors for you. πŸ™‚

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  15. That’s really unique. 😍

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  16. Karen says:

    New Englanders have such a way with repurposing…what a find. Thank you both!

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