Thursday’s Doors ~ Core Life restaurant

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Isn’t this a cool name?

This is the side door, as I 

leave my car and head 

towards youngest daughter 

into a big hug!

Here is one of three posts, 

Different angles,

Perspectives.

I am encouraging you to

try to eat more fresh food.

Change one or two items in

your grocery cart.

My choices are eating 

more whole grains. I am now

subbing celery and cucumbers

and dipping in yogurt dressing

or hummus!

Here’s a link to the man who 

originally founded our 

wild and crazy doors group,

Norm Fountain has links 

to more doors!

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Thursday’s Doors ~ February 9, 2017: eating healthy restaurant

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This is the side patio door!

We watched the sun go down 

and wished it were a warm day,

sitting on the deck or patio.

Here’s my Thursday’s Doors

Leader and good friend, 

Norm Frampton.

His blog has plenty of 

links to other doors 

which may lead you to 

other countries, areas or

open doors in your mind!

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Happy doors to you!

St. John’s Hospital roof scenery

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Mom’s in the local hospital, 

with a diagnosis of having

contracted pneumonia!

The beauty in the sky,

 along with shiny

vents, hoods and pipes

created a combination of

natural clouds, blue sky and

manufactured hardware 

up on the rooftops.

Imitating musical album, 

Industrial style

artwork on

Pink Floyd’s 

“Animals” song, “Pigs.”

The Creative Foundations Logo (part 3 of Thursday’s Doors)

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http://creativefoundations.org/index.php/plans/supportive-living

You are going to love this!

Check out more doors using

door links at our fearless leader

Norm Frampton’s blog!

Hope the groundhog sees his

shadow, which means the

sun better come out so

Punxsutawney Phil

gets scared!

Here is Norm’s

Home base:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Thanks for looking and if this

link doesn’t make sense 

there are 2 other posts.

I am heading to my

hometown of 

Cleveland,

Ohio.

*In honor of my 

parents’ anniversary

which had Dad lived~

it would have been their

#62 Anniversary.

Thursday’s Doors ~ Creative Foundations, part two¬†

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Please check the link to 

see information about this

non-profit organization.

Here is a chance to see another

angle of the “storefront” of a

great place to hang out.

You will literally

“make” someone’s

or many people’s

day!! 

http://creativefoundations.org/index.php/contact/100-delaware-county

Happy Groundhog’s Day!

Happy door hunting at

Norm Frampton’s blog,

the founder and manager 

of outstanding door links at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Hope you have a wonderful time
exploring Thursday’s Doors!

Thursday’s Doors ~ Creative Foundations

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This is Groundhog’s Day

and Thursday’s Doors day, too.

In honor of “combination day” 

moments, Micah is showing 

you one of the side doors 

for Creative Foundations.

He made a foam material visor 

with letters of his name, 

adding the “glitz” which was

spread all over long tables,

sprinkled liberally, with

necessary glue sticks.

Music was playing while adults 

with Developmental Disabilities,

some sitting in wheelchairs,

others “giving tours” to

inspect piles of art

and hanging up. 

Everyone enthusiastically 

talking or greeting each person 

stopping into “their workshop.”

So, Micah smiled, nodded as

he glued stars, flower 

and a crescent moon

onto his visor.

The clients were joyous 

and told him,

“That’s the BEST hat 

we saw decorated today!”

He whispered, as such a

wise seven year old here,

“We can tip them, can’t we?”

I handed him some money

and he flourished it,

waving to all a “farewell”

and dropped money into

a glass fishbowl.

He thinks (seriously) 

said visor

is AWESOME! 

Oh, I tried using my

Nana power to get him 

to pull visor up, so you could 

see his long lashes and 

adorable brown eyes.

This is where I commissioned

a white dandelion painting 

which turned out to be a

gray swirled rose by

a client here.

*Still hanging at 

youngest daughter’s

German Village apartment.

Does anyone remember Amber?

She says her “specialty” these 

days are pet paintings!

Cats, dogs, hamsters and

cute, fluffy rabbits.

If you would like to visit this place

and purchase reasonably priced

art which helps these special

adults, stop by this building,

57 North Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio 43015

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We have a blogging community

Of Thursday’s Doors, led by

a genuinely nice friend,

Norm Frampton.

Please follow this 

Link to see the 

fantastic family 

of door afficiados at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Happy trails to doors!

May they always be 

Open and welcoming!