I was driving in Louisville the other day, something I seldom do, and the GPS lady and I were not getting along. I knew where I was, and I knew where I was going, but GPS and I were just not on the same page. Maybe she was giving me instructions faster than I could listen to them, or I don’t know what, but I had to pull over to the curb and get my head straightened out.
It must have worked because not only did I reach my destination on time, I thought to snap pictures of a couple of doors while I was parked.
Here is some church, or a place that used to be a church. It might be repurposed. Some gorgeous churches are now community centers or food/clothing distribution centers, and there’s one in Louisville (to which I must go some day) that’s a Mexican restaurant.
I don’t think this is it.
This door’s window needs some tlc.
This trailer is surrounded by doors, in addition to its own.
These dogs were sleeping peacefully until I stopped to snap their picture. Apparently, they’re not fans of doorparazzi.
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A WRITING PROMPT FROM ME TO YOU: Alarm.
Dan AntionMarch 30, 2023 at 9:52am
“Doorparazzi” I think we have a new entry for the Thursday Doors lexicon. Good job. That dog doesn’t look happy, though. Remember, no bail and no medical coverage while in search of doors. I hope you find that Mexican restaurant. Doors and a food review would be a nice combo.
Marian AllenMarch 30, 2023 at 10:41am
That dog went from snoozeville to giving me hell in a New York second.
Teagan Riordain GenevieneMarch 30, 2023 at 11:10pm
I’m glad you won the fight with the gps, Marian. Sending you healing vibes. What a terrible challenge… Hugs. <3