Thursday’s Doors~ Inside doors are entry to other worlds



The stained glass doors are

protected by a set of double

unbreakable glass doors

with stainless steel frames.

The children are my son

and daughter in law’s

combination family,

otherwise known as

Hendrix’s siblings!

ha ha ha

🙂 🙂 🙂
The photograph was taken

of the Delaware County 

District Library, located

at 84 East Winter Street

Delaware, Ohio.
Please check out

the weekly program

hosted by

Norm Frampton,

who has connecting links

found on his Thursday’s Doors:


30 responses »

    • Thank you for liking the stained glass inside doors, Dan. I am so glad they are protected, too. I suppose churches’ stained glass windows are exposed and usually safe.

      • A lot of churches around here have their stained glass windows behind clear plastic. Especially the ones that have restored the windows.

    • This was a nice and kind observation, Jill. 🙂 They were spontaneous in their deciding to come with me, after I ate dinner there recently. I gave the three “older” ones an hour to use computers.
      Kyah and I built a Lego schoolhouse and playground in the children’s section.

  1. A beautiful group of the next generation of the Hendrix family Robin.
    It’s great to record these special moments to look back on in years to come, and to imagine the potential future each and every one will have, I see a Lawyer, a mischief maker, a Dancer and an actor, now you work out which is which Robin.

    • Aww, how are you doing, Drew? Hope the eyes are resting up and improving. I realize you face surgery in September and will keep you in my prayers. Hugs to you and Allie, too.

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