Tag Archives: Thursday’s Doors

Thursday’s Doors ~ July in the ‘burbs


Other than running up the 

driveway and hiding behind a bush,

I was content to stand in front of

this house, aiming cellphone

at the semi – hidden door.

While trying to be 

nonchalant, not

create notice,

avoiding dog

or children

who may run to


alarming the

Neighborhood Watch!

Here’s one door which faces

the street while you enlarge the

longer distance photo, you may

imagine a door facing the

driveway, which also 

presented address #.

I hope you enjoyed 

last week’s cottage door,

while this exhibit is the 

“whole package,” with curb appeal!

For friends who love flowers and

gardens, please enjoy the last

post, but as always, no need 

to comment on both,

unless the spirit 

moves you! 
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Here’s the coordinator

of our weekly doors,

Norm Frampton’s blog:


Happy Doors and Garden Hunting!

Thursday’s Doors ~ July in the ‘burbs


Approaching this house from the

north, walking on the sidewalk

I give an inaudible “sigh!” and

happy smile to the runner as

she passes! This will be one 

of my featured homes

from the suburbs of

Cleveland, Ohio.

Here’s someone

who often shows

an example of

doors which take

my breath away,

Norm Frampton:


Norm will have blue frog links

to other people’s door choices.

Have a lovely rest of your 

week.  I hope your

weekend  leads  you

along pretty garden paths.

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Thursday’s Doors ~ July in the ‘burbs


For my friends who like to see

cozy homes and cottages,

I hope this one is appealing!

This is the close up view

of a white house with 

lavender shutters.

Please check out the variety

of other Thursday doors found

on Norm Frampton’s blog!


Thursday’s Doors ~ July in the ‘burbs


The white picket fence, 

pink flowers and the 

pretty lavender shutters

grabbed my attention!

What do you like in this 

door’s photograph?

Do you think whimsical,

charming or quaint

describes it?

Our host of many doors is the

Honorable Norm Frampton,

located on his blog post:


Please head over using this link

to check our more doors!

The rest of this month will 

feature here on my blog,

pictures of doors from

North Olmsted and Westlake,

suburbs of Cleveland, Ohio.

Thursday Door ~ Saucy Brew Works, warehouse garage door mural


Randy’s mural of the label 

which will be printed on

Saucy Brew Works

was well received,

Cleveland Plain Dealer

included his name 

as well as a brewery publication.

The perspective of this is what

drove me to climb high above it,

along with checking out the canning

line for the brews of beer, ale and stout.

The pallet, machinery and other

equipment were fascinating to me!

I have a lot of cool shots to share

over the next few weeks.

It was a delicious party,

salads and sample trays,

Open Bar,

individually placed orders

for intriguing flat bread

pizzas.  We ordered sweet fig,

sliced apples, caramelized onions,

cilantro, and goat cheese veggie pizza;

while one member of our group

chose duck on the pizza!

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The party must be extended over

to our Thursday Door’s host,

Norm Frampton. Please

check out his blog

where links are

published with

Doors featured galore!


Hope you enjoyed this 

Thursday’s Doors!

Thursday Door ~ Saucy Brew Works, warehouse door mural and Randy


There is this mural

plus two others.

The Saucy logo,

and the outdoor mural,

huge and not totally finished,

length of the warehouse 

painting by Randy,

must be saved

for another time!

I want to give you one

last perspective of this mural

(Please look,* no need to comment,*

on the next 4th post of Doors.)

since I climbed on the catwalk,

High above this huge garage door:

All for you to be able to see the size!

This post is part of a Thursday series

of Doors, such a rainbow variety 

displayed in blue frogs links 

found on Norm Frampton’s blog:


Hope this series all on one day 

keeps your imagination soaring!

There are future famous people

who will enchant and amaze 

you, when I publish the

photos of the ground

floor participants of

this up and coming

Saucy Brew Works!

Thursday door ~ Saucy Brew Works, (women’s restroom)


This is one of a few posts

from an exciting night and

opportunity for my brother,

Artist Randy.

This is a bathroom for the women 

which wasn’t painted by my brother.

The painting of large warehouse door,

along with a symbol for “saucy,”

will be displayed. Another time,

very soon, I will post photos

of an amazing group including

investors, brewmaster and guests

at what was called the 

“Soft Opening” before the

public’s “Grand Opening.”

I was able to attend, Randy

extended his invitation to also

include his friend, Randy and

a nice lady friend named Cathy.

Come on over to see Norm Frampton’s

Thursday Door posts, found at:


Hope you find several fun, 

many serious, elegant 

and  creative

Doors there!