Today is Thanksgiving Day in the US. We will be celebrating quietly, in our own house, but it is still a day to give thanks. I am thankful that our family is safe and healthy. We have come this far through this hot mess of a year without incident, and we are doing our best to stay well.
As you may know by now, Thursday Doors is moving to this blog starting next Thursday. I will have more to say about that next week. For today, I want to offer a huge Thank You to Norm Frampton for introducing me to Thursday Doors and giving me the opportunity to share doors, architecture and history through a unique weekly challenge that literally exposes us all to beauty from around the world.
Whether you have doors to share today or not, I urge you to visit Norm’s page to see his doors.
Today’s shorter-than-usual gallery is from Hartford’s Center Congregational Church and Ancient Burial Grounds. Thank you so much for visiting No Facilities. I hope you enjoy the photos. If you’re in the US, Happy Thanksgiving – stay safe and well.
Note: I did not take a photo of the front of the church because many people were standing and sitting on the stairs.