Before I committed to the A-Z Challenge, I charted what letters #ThursdayDoors would fall on. Believe it or not, I knew X would be one of the easiest.
I see this door every day, multiple times a day.
This is the side of my humble shed.
Oh, I wish I could tell you she has fetching walls covered in murals, a work bench, and a window to warm seedlings — but she doesn’t.
She does, however, boast the unattractive juvenile graffiti of her former owners, spiders out the yin-yang, and burnt-out overhead lights, because some
jerkface beloved family member left them on for God knows how long.
She has a concrete foundation, sturdy shelves, and more than enough space.
She wishes you’d caught on her a sunny day, maybe a day in June when her roses are in bloom and her colorful pots are brimming with summer’s flowers.
She’s purely utilitarian, but she knows her potential.
She wants new light bulbs, a shop vac, paint, a window, and well, a few weeks of my constant attention. What she gets are scowling people rushing in and out to retrieve pots and tools and things.
Bless her, my poor humble shed.
#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To view other interesting doors, click the link and see what others are posting today.