Linda G. Hill

Life in progress

#ThursdayDoors – Doors that tell a story


It was 2009 and I’d already decided to buy my house. During the inspection, the real estate agent and I were poking around in all the nooks and crannies when we discovered that the inside of one of the closet doors had been used, for decades, as a place to record the growth of the children who grew up here. Click on the pictures for a closer look.

It’s fun to find history displayed in public places. It’s even better when you come across it in your own home.

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30 thoughts on “#ThursdayDoors – Doors that tell a story

  1. Nyc Job Linda…Creative mind


  2. What a cool find, Linda!



  3. Hope you have added yourself!!


  4. That’s pretty nifty to find πŸ™‚


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  6. That is so sweet — and that you saved it!


  7. And what a story they tell. I loved this Linda. An excellent original take on the theme.
    I always say that a ‘House’ is just a building, a structure, but stuff like this is what makes it a ‘Home’ πŸ™‚


  8. That’s so charming. My mother used to etch heights into a door frame. I wish I could go back to that house now and remember how little we all were, but she sold it a long time ago.


  9. Great doors. I have an old friend who is selling his house but he’s taking that door with him.

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  10. A very original door contribution. πŸ™‚ Our family had a similar door frame for a similar purpose.


  11. Very cool Linda.


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