BUTLER: Sure, Mark. Very clever. And you think that anybody is going to miss the fact that you just did it anyway?
I just mutter something about being glad that I'm not a judge on American Idol and start posting this week's Spotlights:
Pauline's ladder door
(Please step around while entering
to avoid bad luck)
Queenmother Mamaw's Colorful Door
QMM's variety made it hard to choose -- the artist painting in the front yard, her son's pen and ink drawing...By the way, so far the Queenmother holds a perfect posting attendance record for 2012. But no pressure!
Jama's Red Door/Red Windows
E.G.Wow's Tree Door
The imagination runs wild
I love to open doors and go inside and see what's there. Of all the doors posted this week, I think this is the one I would enter. Either this one or Dawn Treader's Keyhole Door House.
Mizzkay's church interior
Ann's vaulted church door
Congratulations to Kim for making it to the Alamo. It brought back some happy memories for me..or at least some memories.
BAGMAN: "Were you friends with Davey Crockett?"
"I'm not that old, Baggie," I answer. "But I did shoot pictures of it once and then accidentally opened the camera and ruined all of them. On the other hand, I've heard that I am a direct descendent of Davey although the Crocket family completely disowned that particular branch. Maybe I'll tell the story sometime.
Anyhow, next week's theme is "Bring on the Green." I see from the comments that Elaine at the Scattering is hoping to get back -- I hope she does too.
BUTLER: Of course you do. The more people who post, the more you can complain about how hard your job of choosing is!
I'm not complaining," I reply. "In fact, this week I specifically did not complain."
See y'all on Friday!