A quick look at the forecast image below will tell most of my readers what I was planning for Wednesday and Thursday. That forecast has been the same since Monday, so I’ve been scrambling to catch up with reading blogs and getting posts ready for what I hope will be two days full of construction activity. My sense of urgency is bolstered by the presence of the S-word in Friday’s outlook.
Without time to seek out new doors or do much in way of research, I’m falling back on the family tradition from my childhood and serving up some leftovers. Today’s doors are from Pittsburgh’s northside neighborhood. Some are within the area of the Mexican War Streets, others are from nearby and one that might be my favorite, is from a U-turn I had to make – nothing new for me.
To help you head in the right direction, follow this link to the door extravaganza that is Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors. Each week, Norm invites people from around the world to publish their favorite doors of the week. It’s free, it’s fun and it’s worth a few minutes looking around at some beautiful doors. After you check out Norm’s doors, click the little blue frog for entrance into the gallery.
That’s it for me. The sun is out and I need to get some soffit and siding on the wall above my garage door.