Year 2022 Favorites/ThursdayDoors

The Badge

It’s our assignment this week to choose our favorite door posts from the past year. So without further ado, I have a few I was the most excited to share with my compadres, the Door Crew in 2022. I’m starting out with the Frank Lloyd Wright house in Wichita, Kansas. I was disappointed I couldn’t bring you photos from inside, but there was great satisfaction that I didn’t have to ask my daughter to find it for me. Meaning, I wasn’t sure we’d have time to do this particular doorscursion on our visit last summer. But low and behold, here we are. It was my first FLW house visit so I was pretty stoked. Hope you all enjoyed it as well.

My local favorite of the year was this old home on the outskirts of Houstonia, Missouri. I just felt like it was a step back in time with that old 1941 Cadillac in the carport. The wrap around porch hid the doors but there were plenty of other door options in that post. The part that is always kind of confounding is how this was way back in April. Time sure flies!

My 3rd favorite to make this year’s cut is the McPherson Opera House in McPherson, Kansas. It was the first time I took a day versus evening photo to compare the views. I’m glad we did. I imagine all the tuxedos and formal dresses walking through the doors for an evening of entertainment. But I’m into fabric and sewing. So it figures, right?!

Thanks for all the visits, comments, shares and likes this past year. I’m always happy to have you drop in! Also much thanks goes out to Dan at No Facilities for being our host every Thursday. This blog challenge is always enjoyable to be a part of.

The Stigma Struggle is Real, but I kinda like this cup.


  1. I remember (and like) all of these. My favorite from here is that Houstonia, Missouri, with the 1941 Cadillac in the carport. But, I have something for you today.

    My daughter and I attended Christmas by Candlelight at Old Sturbridge Village last week. They always have artisans making things and demonstrating how life would have been in the 1830s. Every year at the Meeting House, they have a performer. It’s often been someone reading Bible verses or “A Christmas Carol” (although that hadn’t been written yet).

    This year, they had a banjo player paying and singing Christmas carols. I thought of you immediately. There’s a picture of him here – and a short video here –

    Merry Christmas!

    Thank you for your participation and support this past year. I always enjoy your posts and your banjo humor.

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  2. Thank you for the surprise share! I am not very good at clawhammer style (the gentleman’s style) but I admire it for sure. I play like Scruggs. Probably too old to change at this point lol Thanks also for the support of my humor attempts 🙂 Merry Christmas!

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