Oh, I laughed out loud when I finished reading your post! I imagine that door hides some interesting items!
Oh my...that door sounds a bit frightening!
I'm gonna take your word for it!
I'm with Ms. A!
Haha! :-DI love that skull - does that make me weird..?!
Good post Ha that;s true.
Oh I love this shot. I always open those closed doors some turn out wonderful some not so much. :) B
absolutely! once got a shocking surprise when I lifted the cover off a buffalo's mounted head in a friend's garage (long story). Another PSA - don't snoop around someone else's garage unless you are feeling VERY brave.
Always enter slowly....;)
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this look, i adore the colors and layout!!i always want a look behind the door, INSIDE.....and you would be amazed at the lenghts i have gone to to do it!!
We have a deer skull (or two) hanging up in our home. This post made me smile when I think of how freaked out people get by them.
Your blog gets more stylish every time I see it. Hugs, Nancy!
Doesn't sound that scary. Love this skull, and the saying!
Great shot. I would definitely want to leave that door closed though. :-)
Well when my boys were in the trapping phase Mrs. T was afraid of looking in the freezing as some frozen mice and other "bait" showed up in there. Seriously!
Ha! But, I must admit, I would love to see some of the stuff your hubby traps.
Danger!! Great photo Nancy. I see your blog has more things added each day. It looks nice but I can't see the photos down the right side on my laptop. Oops. I just slid the screen over and there they were! :) Very nice layout.
Be afraid, be very afraid...
Ha! Understand completely! I used to raise my own meat rabbits, and I butchered them myself. I saved the furs to tan and use. Had them hanging in the garage drying (still kinda gross) and hubz didn't see them there until he was right in the middle of a bunch of bloody pelts. He was looking down at tire changing stuff. Well, needless to say I heard about that :) Same thing has happened with some chicken feet still hanging after butcher day. I totally forgot them there. You'd think he'd learn to watch out for body parts hanging in the garage, but NO, it's all my fault! lol.
But now you have me curious!
If I looked, I would have it coming...
Made me laugh too. Great image and quote.
Hmmm, is there a door number two? ;)
Been outdoors a lot the last 2 days,very cold. Nice to have areas to myself
And that was precisely how Ms.Taylor lived her life!!Now the trapping shed would indeed be a different matter, Nancy!!lol
Ha ha, I bet!
Haha, yes! I'd be afraid then for sure!
Always good to make some judgement about the doors that confront one.
Good gravy, I can imagine!...:)JP
That door sounds very interesting. Great shot and love the quote.
Great shot and quote!
A set of closed doors have always intrigued me but I think I will leave these alone....Thanks for stopping by....
My husband traps...sometimes I feel like I'm living the life of Ducks Dynasty...have you seen it??...without the million dollar business though...
Well, it's been a crazy hectic stressful day and you just gave me the greatest laugh....big thanks!!!
Fantastic quote. May you keep on opening doors!Thank you so much for joining us at Communal Global for Tuesday's around the World.
This is a great quote! I like opening doors to possibilities.www.modernworld4.blogspot.com
Lol just wonder what is behind that door....
You gave me a big smile. There are a few doors I'll leave alone.
Too funny!! Hugs~
That is cool one!I too would have taken a pic.
lol! i bet!great shot!xx
Great picture, great quote and I LOVE your response to it!
Sometimes being brave is worth the risk!
The quote was great but what you said afterwards was just "priceless" and funny!
Thank you so much for being here. I appreciate your thoughts and opinions.