La Grange, Kentucky #ThursdayDoors

A couple of months ago, Per Bastet Publications (including moi) took part in the Karen’s Book Barn Authors Fair in La Grange, Kentucky.

The Fair was held in the James T.Beaumont Community Center, named after the first African-American councilman in La Grange (1969).

The doors were kinda boring, but check out the mailbox.

We didn’t use the front door, anyway; we used the back doors.

Aww, look at that cute li’l shed! With doors!

After we unloaded our stuff, I parked the car a couple of blocks away to leave room for customers and walked back. I checked out doors, of course, because DOORS.Β The doors are far away, but I wanted you to see how early in the morning we rise and busy ourselves for your reading pleasure.

So I started across the parking lot and — Ooooo! What’s this?

.

.

The DeHaven Baptist church, erected in memory of Judge S. E. DeHaven in 1923. Innit GORGEOUS?

And they had a couple of doors in the back, too.

La Grange is a super-cool town, with a working railroad running right through the middle of it. We love to go there, for whatever reason, although it usually has to do with selling books. πŸ™‚

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Your character is out very early in the morning.

MA

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

About

I was born in Louisville, Kentucky, but now live in the woods in southern Indiana. Though I only write fiction, I love to read non-fiction. The more I learn about this world, the more fantastic I see it is.

You may also like...

One thought on “La Grange, Kentucky #ThursdayDoors

  1. Pierre Laberge

    June 8, 2017 at 12:28pm

    Nice mailbox. Nice doors. I hope you will not think that I am being forward!
    But how often does one get to compliment an authoress on her doors?
    The most one gets a chance at is good story, or nice adjectives!

    Permalink  ⋅ Reply
  2. jesh StG

    June 8, 2017 at 2:27pm

    Love the second building -all of it! But admit, the mailbox of the first one is kinda cute;)

    Permalink  ⋅ Reply
  3. Norm 2.0
    Twitter:

    June 8, 2017 at 5:33pm

    That church is lovely but I gotta give props to that mailbox door too. I admire your dedication to the cause πŸ™‚

    Permalink  ⋅ Reply

Your email will not be published. Name and Email fields are required

CommentLuv badge

This blog uses premium CommentLuv which allows you to put your keywords with your name if you have had 3 approved comments. Use your real name and then @ your keywords (maximum of 3)