#ThursdayDoors — She’s Not The Girl Next Door

I spotted a lil somethin alluring.

In an alley, back, back, back.

This ivy-skirted vignette whispered my name.

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Ooh.

You just know when you see somethin like that, there are gonna be doors of interest.

 

 

Brick, lookin all kindsa sexy.

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Ooh, y’all, it’s gettin so good.

 

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Uh. Okay. Not what I’d had in mind.

 

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Oh yeah, that’s the stuff.

 

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Number 19 is Not the Girl Next Door.

#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To see other doors of interest, or to share your own, click the link

 

 

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46 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — She’s Not The Girl Next Door

  1. marianallen says:

    ALL nice! ALL way nice! Yeah, that ivy-covered thang was a clear signal. lol

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  2. Benson says:

    Beautiful. Sometimes an alley just begs to be searched.

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  3. Dan Antion says:

    I really like the first doors you discovered! I admire your spirit and determination. Gotta find a door! I think Norm has his hooks in you.

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  4. I liked the screen door and barn looking door next to it, and #19. Yes, that ivy vignetted fence was enticing!

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  5. Vicky says:

    Oh lovely door ( brick) post! You made us walk the walk with you, I smiled all the way 🙂 !

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  6. I love it that you are now an advanced door-seeker. Like bird-watching, there’s a gestalt thing going on – you can’t put your name on it, but certain details in combination, like location, colour, habitat, give you the answer to the identity of the bird – or in your case, ivy, bricks, and alleys are enough for you to know that you are hot on the trail!

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  7. bikerchick57 says:

    Is it bad that I like the four brick-red windows with black bars the best? They are like homey institution windows. The arched brick is cool too.

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  8. Susanne says:

    You get an “A” for that opening line. Whew. All steamed up over ivy! The doors of possibility swung open wide and there she was. Ivy. BEST DOOR post today!

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  9. Love the door and the brick work. Definitely worth the effort. 🙂

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  10. Alice says:

    Oh, I do love doors–and alleys, of course!

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  11. jesh stg says:

    Thee black screen with the brown woodwork next to it, looks so interesting! You’re good at keeping the suspense:)

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  12. Norm 2.0 says:

    I do believe that was worth the extra steps – definitely not the typical alley-style door. Very pretty indeed 🙂

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  13. Oooh, you had me all excited on that little adventure, Joey. I’m a sucker for Ivy myself. Can’t blame you for being tempted. 😉

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  14. That is a good-looking door, but I thought the window was handsome too! 🙂

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  15. Great find for an alley!! I think my very first Thursday Door post was a door that I found in an alley. Makes me feel all sentimental. I’m a sucker for lovely brickwork and ivy too. 🙂

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  16. ghostmmnc says:

    haha sexy bricks! Never would have thought of that. I would have had to look through the slats of that fence, though, just to see what was there. 🙂

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  17. Anxious Mom says:

    All that door needs now is a Tinder profile.

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  18. ghostmmnc says:

    haha you never can tell what you’ll find on your door-excursions. So happy you share your adventures with us! 🙂

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  19. jazzytower says:

    You have a nice collection of brick here yourself. Love that last shot:)

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  20. Joanne Sisco says:

    You had me hooked at the first line too 🙂
    Like MJ, my favourite photo is the one with the red windows with black bars. The contrasting brick arch is icing on the cake 🙂

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  21. Great ones. They spell character. 🙂

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  22. I love your slick approach. Both my and my sister’s ex homes were on numbers 19 (different Ljubljana streets). My 19 was an ‘open house’ which meant all kinds of stuff went on in there. I conclude that no way any 19 girl could ever be a girl next door.

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  23. Love those first 3 lines – very poetic, drew me right in! Great doors (and bricks and gate)! 🙂

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