23 thoughts on “This Old Door

    • Hi! I’m so excited to see you here. Welcome and thank you for commenting!

      The door is actually at the same cemetery where Laura Ingalls Wilder and her family are laid to rest. This door is on a little memorial building for someone else in the cemetery. So unique! :)

      • Oh wow how intriguing that visit must have been. It’s always neat to consider how they must have lived, likes and dislikes. I always think about what it might have been like during their era. That is unique!

  1. How different it must have been! No central heat or air, no electricity or indoor plumbing (at least part of the time), sleeping on a hay filled sheet for a mattress, traveling in a wagon… Times sure have changed. :)

  2. A memorial door. How fitting! I was just sitting here trying to “decide” where it has been hanging all these years, and imagining how fun it would be to sit a spell–ice cream cone in hand, of course–trying to “see” who came and went over the years. :)

  3. I love it too. It has history. A story. If it could talk it would empart not only it’s story, and not only the things it’s seen, heard and experienced, but it would give you a new perspective. A new way of looking at something …. anything.

    Fabulous!

    • Wow, I love your insight. Seems like the focus of doors is what’s in them. Your comment has opened my eyes to what may be seen on the other side as well. ❤️❤️ Thank you!!

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