Welcome to Thursday Doors, a weekly feature allowing door lovers to come together to admire and share their favorite door photos from around the world. Feel free to join in on the fun by creating your own Thursday Doors post each week and then sharing your link in the comments below, anytime between 12:01 am Thursday morning and Saturday noon (North American eastern time).
Once again, I need to start with a little housekeeping. Some of you may be wondering what the heck happened to your pingback. Well, in some cases, I deleted it. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate pingbacks because it means you are helping readers at your site to find the rest of us. Thanks for that. However, when you leave a pingback and a link in your comment, the pingback might be confusing, so I remove it. Of the two, I prefer the link you leave in a comment, especially when you entice us with a few words about your post. So, don’t change anything, I’ll take care of the confusion on this end, and thank you for supporting Thursday Doors.
2020 has been such a crazy year, that I almost don’t want to offer any type of recognition to it. Still, I managed to slide a post under Norm’s door most every week, so I guess that’s something. I was scraping the editing room floor on occasion, but I managed to put some doors up. In fact, blogging in general and Thursday Doors in specific were some of the few stable elements of this otherwise screwball year.
As has been the tradition around here for a few years, this week – the last official Thursday Doors post of the year – has been a week to look back and highlight a few of our favorite doors. I always start out with a goal of twelve doors. I always end up closer to twenty. As I write this, I haven’t stepped into the media library, so who knows where I’ll end up.
Before I create a gallery for you to view, I want to wish everyone a happy and safe holiday season. Whatever holiday you celebrate or however you mark the end of 2020 and the entrance of 2021, I hope you enjoy yourself, and that you stay safe and healthy. No messages or directives here, you’re all adults, I think you can handle it. But be clear about one thing, we want to see you posting in 2021 – you are important to this community.
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