In April, I sure thought I would be out and about by November, but such is not the case. I may be reduced to stalking doors on my Grocery Day Out. At the moment, these are the last pictures I have that I took BC (Before Covid, of course — I’m old, but not THAT old).
This is Indiana’s first state capitol building. I’ve probably posted it before, but I just love this little building. This is where an all-white legislature ruled that Polly Strong could not be held in slavery because the state constitution forbade slavery, even though her “owner” had bought her in another state.
For all you red-door fans out there:
Looking across the courthouse lawn, past the bandstand where we have (had, BC) free concerts every Friday evening during the summer to a door peeking shyly out:
And this one of a kinda-sorta door that I took when I still had Charlie and we would stop by the hardware store on the way home. Sometimes he preferred for me to stay in the car, because I adore hardware stores and sometimes he didn’t have time to track me down so we could leave.
Thursday doors is the brainchild of Norm Frampton, photographer extraordinaire. Visit his site, enjoy his wonderful photographs, follow his directions, and enter a world of doors.
A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Write about an unexpected verdict.