As of 8:00 pm Monday, all non-essential businesses in the state of Connecticut were closed by order of the Governor. Residents have been asked to stay home, except to visit essential businesses. While I was out and about on essential business, I was fortunate enough to pass a few nice doors. I was hoping that Norm would keep this fun weekly blogfest we know and love – that’s what Thursday Doors is, in case you’re new here – alive and running. The way I see it, Thursday Doors meets the criterial for “essential” – in some odd and interesting way, Thursday Doors is life-sustaining.
OK, maybe that’s a bit of hyperbole, but Thursday Doors is sanity sustaining – that is a fact. And, whether we’re snapping new pictures, digging through our archives or reposting doors from before, we are here. That means we’re surviving the crisis, and that is good news. I’ll be looking for Norm’s doors and your post, if you have one, or your comment below and I’ll know that you are alright.
All of the pictures in today’s gallery were taken from my car while driving to a grocery store or other such provider of necessary items. These are trips that I make with trepidation and great care. In fact, the few moments spent at the side of the road snapping pictures were probably when I was safest. Milk, eggs, cat litter, lettuce, pasta, dog biscuits, beer, wine and doors – all obtained. Now, back safe inside.
Thanks for reading. I do hope this post finds you in good health and in possession of the items you need to carry on. Please take care. By the way, if you do have doors to share, please leave a link to them in a comment on Norm’s blog.