SoCS — Not My Doors

This week’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt from Linda G. Hill is supposed to be about a door. Linda asked us to “write about a door you walked through this week that wasn’t your own.”

I thought over what I had done this past week and where I’d been that had any doors that might be of interest. Let’s see. I went to see a movie, took a trip to a grocery store, and picked up some pizza from a local pizzeria. None of these places had anything notable about their doors.

This past week I walked into my house via the garage door as well as through my front door. I walked through my bedroom door and I used my bathroom door quite a bit. I went in and out of the sliding glass doors that lead to my backyard as well as the French doors that lead to my back deck. But none of those doors can be used for this prompt since they are all my own doors, and Linda gave strict instructions to not write about our own doors.

So what to do? Well, I decided to show two pictures I had recently taken at Golden Gate Park of some doors. These doors below are at one of the side entrances of the Conservatory of Flowers.
C525D1CE-5531-4BAD-9982-D28684A695A3This next picture shows the main entrance to the structure. The doors at this entrance are identical to the ones at the side entrance pictured above, but the overall entranceway is more impressive.BC277ADF-8907-43A3-B4DE-2828C4FE8A40Just so you know, I didn’t walk through either of these doors this past week, but I have walked through them before.

9 thoughts on “SoCS — Not My Doors

  1. rugby843 February 24, 2018 / 8:05 am

    Wow, you have a lot of doors! I have three and they’re always open.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Sight11 February 24, 2018 / 8:46 am

    That’s a lot of doors to open.. Do you have a doorman?

    Liked by 1 person

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