The Doors of #InConjunction2017 #ThursdayDoors

Joey and I didn’t get to go on a doorscursion at InConjunction 2017. There weren’t any intrinsically “good” doors, but a doormet (rhymes with gourmet) can find interest in any door, amIright?

Here is the door to the Expo Hall, where folks set up to sell stuff. I bought other people’s books, some dragons, a My Neighbor Totoro bag, an’ … an’ … an’ stuff!

The guy in the picture actually had an actual face, but I didn’t get his permission to use it, so I blurred it out.

Here’s the guy I got to look at all weekend.

Innee cute?

Here’s the guy I bought the dragons from. Joey asked, “Did you ever ask him how he makes his stuff?” I said, “No.” She said, “Well, don’t.”

Here’s a gallery of other stuff, some doorish, some not. Click on any one to enter the slideshow. Explanations are in the captions.

Thursday Doors is the brain child of Norm Frampton. Head over to his blog, see his pictures, scroll down and click on the little blue frog, and find links to doors from all over the world. THE WORLD!!!

A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Your character puts up flyers for something.

MA

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One thought on “The Doors of #InConjunction2017 #ThursdayDoors

  1. Those dragon boxes were amazing! I did go on about them at home, too. Those teefs! :O 😀 But yeah, not an interesting how-to for me. He could have simply said, “Clay,” and that would have been enough for me! Now I regret not photographing them.
    I think the door with the plants growing around it is definitely in the great door category, by default.
    Love the flyers, haha!

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      Marian Allen
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      July 6, 2017 at 8:50am

      I found out later, he was doing a how-to hands-on demonstration that evening, so he was probably packed to the eyeballs with instructions and was sort of practicing on you. Or he might have given you the intensive answer in any case. We geeks tend that way. 😀
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  2. Norm 2.0
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    July 7, 2017 at 1:19pm

    Awesome stuff! I especially like someone’s sense of humor with those fliers. “Free strips of paper” – guffaw 😀
    Glad you got to meet up with Joey – it sure sounds like a fun time was had by all.

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