The Delivery Visit/ThursdayDoors

For those who don’t normally peruse this blog, I often travel (or did before pandemic) to Lawrence, Kansas. This is only the 2nd time since March and we needed to deliver a couple items. Afterall, it’s good to help out the kids when you can. Especially if I already have an item and can save the daughter a little chunk of cash. Reuse, recycle, pass it on, Stay-out-of-the-big-stores mentality, etc. The item is a folding screen/room divider. Better to see it getting used, dontcha think?! So I’m just sharing a few photos this week of the journey. Hope you enjoy.

Just admiring the clouds lining up.
Just admiring the clouds lining up. There is order in nature.
Iconic barn on 50 Hwy in Lee's Summit, Missouri
Iconic barn on 50 Hwy in Lee’s Summit, Missouri
She shed schemes
This would make someone a fabulous quilting shed in my humble opinion.
Here's the room divider in use.
Here’s the room divider in use.

A big deal in teaching online is keeping the distractions at a minimum–so, a room divider is pretty important. Not to mention privacy of one’s home is also a factor in this pandemic-teaching era.

That does it for my entry in Norm 2.0’s Thursday Doors for the week. Hope you are all staying safe and getting outdoors while the weather allows.



  1. Love the barn. I was watching a Zoom presentation, and the person chose to sit in their laundry room. I was having trouble concentrating because of all the stuff in the background. The room divider is perfect for a background – neat, clean, tidy, and not distracting. By the way, I smiled just as seeing ‘Lawrence, KS’ in the post. πŸ™‚ I actually made my husband and I two face masks with Jayhawk fabric I had left over. πŸ™‚

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  2. The room divider idea for video conferencing is an excellent one. I’ve been wanting to do a post on video conferencing do’s and don’ts for a awhile. Aside from keeping the camera at an angle that doesn’t leave the world looking up the inside of your nose, eliminating background visual distractions is key.
    Reuse, re-purpose, recycle…it’s all going be in style out of necessity, and hopefully we’ll all change some of our wasteful consumer ways πŸ™‚


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