It is quiet now. All the prep work is done. I have snuck away to do my post before the true rush of preparing a Thanksgiving dinner strikes. For those of you celebrating Thanksgiving, I hope you and your family have a peaceful and happy gathering full of memories you will always cherish.
Two extra thanks for today.
One to Rochelle Wisoff for hosting the challenge. Please check out this link to the FF home base. https://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/
One to CE Ayr for providing the photo prompt of the door. I love doors and the endless possibilities they supply. The comings and goings, the soaring hearts of a open door and the crashing dreams of a closed one.
I noticed the newly painted door three months ago. On my nightly walks with my dog Scout, I soaked in the details of the padlocked chain and the shiny lock designed to keep honest people out. Later hunched together with four of my more unsavory friends, we speculated about what lay behind the locked door. As beers were downed, the possibilities grew wilder and wilder.
Last night One-Eyed Sam picked the lock. Shaking in anticipation, we crept through the open door. I lit my torch and held my breath.
I now know exactly how Geraldo Rivera felt that night in 1986.
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