One Door Opens

Door

What is the old saying?

“As one door closes, another door opens.”

For the Weekly Photo Challenge, I submit two doors.

I walked out of this door for the last time in December when I retired. This door represented 30+ years of work in the public recreation field. Situated in a community center, this is the doorway to fun as people enter to register for recreation programs, take leisure enrichment classes, participate in events, or walk in to their offices. It’s a historical building dating back to the 1920s when it was a school house.

Coloma-Door
Doorway into community center.

Last March, as we spent a day in Pacific Beach in San Diego, I spied this door to a beach house, one alleyway from the main boardwalk. I wonder what kind of lifestyle this person must lead. Is he or she a surfer? Based on the bright red door surrounded by an eclectic mix of decor, I would guess this person values fun and humor!

To me, this represents to the open doorway to leisure.

Red-Door
Pacific Beach Residence

What do you think about the person who lives here? Are they happy?

16 thoughts on “One Door Opens

  1. Terri, I love both of these doors!
    The first one signifies all the hard work and dedication that you gave in your career …and the second door represents fun and leisure! I bet the person who lives there is a fun-loving and energetic person who has a joy for life! Like you!

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  2. phoenixgrey85

    I think that second door is certainly interesting. I’d like to meet the person who lives there. It’s amazing what such innocuous objects like doors can say about someone.

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