All the world’s a stage,
And all the men and women merely players;
They have their exits and their entrances,
And one man in his time plays many parts.

My very best wishes to you.  May you be wildly successful in every part you play this year.

stage door

Door #12, final offering in a 12-part series.

I hope you’ve enjoyed the door series.  In the process of choosing twelve, I found many others that I really like. I’ll continue to post more doors–just not daily. (You deserve a break.)

Because people have been kind enough to ask: it’s been two weeks since my grandson’s accident. He can shuffle down the hall with assistance, message friends on FB and might even get some broth (!) in another day or two. All in all, progressing well.

Comments
  1. Amy says:

    I loved your door series! I always looked forward to your next posting and the commentary that you have to go along with your wonderful photographs. So happy that your grandson is on the mend too! Hope to see you soon 🙂

  2. Ssc says:

    I ” adore” your postings. The last news is the greatest- ” chicken soup ” for the soul.

  3. marty says:

    So relieved to hear that your grandson is improving. I hope and pray that he will continue to.

  4. Marjorie says:

    Beautifully refreshing P Derozier aka Shakespeare. Me wonders whereth this door is staged? It is a great wonder Luke flourishes under Elizabethan sounds from his Grandmother. It will be a good New 2013. The same to you.

    • Thank you, Marjorie. This is the back door to the Community Theatre downtown, accessed through a Broadway alley.It seemed like a good door to welcome in a new year with.
      Yes–to a good 2013. (Me thinketh I’ll create an artistic to-do/bucket list for the year.)

  5. Tammy says:

    I remember this field trip, you take me to the nicest places. Your comments always complete the story, I’ve enjoyed your Door series.
    I’m thrilled to hear the good news about Luke, it’s been a long December, let’s hope for a better new year.

    • Thanks, Tammy. As soon as your world of Retail Crazy slows back a bit, the weather warms so I can do more than 10 minutes of bare fingers and I am not camping daily at Theda Clark…THEN I have some sites in mind. Of course, they are urban crusty with nary a flower in sight. Can you think of a flower spot to balance out the crusty?

  6. Will take Will’s sage advice to heart. Wishing you a year of many satisfying searches and discoveries..

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