No, not for Christmas, for leftovers. Following a short holiday week here in the US, I was greeted by the week that marks the end of our company’s fiscal year. A week spent weaving in and out of budgets and trying to finish that which should be paid for in 2018. Suffice it to say, it doesn’t leave much room for taking pictures, or even much room for sorting through pictures I’ve already taken.
So, just like the turkey sandwich waiting for me in the fridge, you get a little of this, a little of that and a fairly short read. In fact, my Thursday Doors post will be shorter than my One-Liner Wednesday post. Yes, I know, it’s not like those are ever short.
I also want to go easy on you because tomorrow is the last Friday of the month, and I will be posting for #WATWB. I don’t normally mention other challenges on this page, but snice it’s all good new, I hope Norm doesn’t mind.
Who’s Norm? I hear the new kid in the corner ask. Why Norm is the jolly elf that gives us the opportunity to share and view pictures of doors from all over the world. Like that other holiday figure, Norm makes his rounds, not in one night, but in about 54 hours – but he does it every week. OK, he takes a week off here and there, but still, that’s a lot of door photos, and everyone on his list is nice. No coal in anyone’s stocking (although there have been pictures of coal chute doors). If you want to see the doors Norm has gathered for this week, check out his workshop up north. Look at Norm’s doors and then look for the blue frog. That magic tadpole will let you into the master gallery.
The pictures in this little gallery are from various places and the captions should tell the story. Thanks for stopping by No Facilities and, as always, Thanks Norm for the opportunity to share our favorite doors.