Linda G. Hill

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Just Jot It Jan 12 – Tingle, with Thursday Doors

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One of the amazing things about writing a novel set in a real city is the opportunity to visit it. I went even further in my book, The Great Dagmaru, and had my main character, Stephen Dagmar, go to school at Queen’s University, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. That I get tingles walking around the beautiful old campus is an understatement.

When I took these pictures, I thought of our dear departed friend, Paul Curran. He went to this school too. I hoped to show them to him, but I never had the chance.

Enjoy.

The links:

Thursday Doors is brought to you by the awesome Norm Frampton. You can find him and his awesome pictures here: https://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com/2017/01/12/thursday-doors-january-12-2017/

The Just Jot It January prompt of the day, “tingle,” is brought to you by the awesome Tessa. Check out her blog here: https://finallyawriter.com/

And you can be awesome too, by joining in JusJoJan! Check out the prompt post of the day, where you can find the rules and lots of other awesome posts, here: https://lindaghill.com/2017/01/12/jusjojan-daily-prompt-jan-12th17/

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26 thoughts on “Just Jot It Jan 12 – Tingle, with Thursday Doors

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  2. I love all the stone as well as the doors. There’s just something about a stone building…

    janet

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  3. Now I’m tingling from the trip down memory lane. Haven’t been on campus in many, many years. Does the Grad House still exist? Your character should visit — quite the place it once was.

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  4. Lovely buildings 🙂 There are some places that literally take my breath away or give me goosebumps or both. In a good way… Old universities do that often (Princeton tops the list)

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  6. This place is on my list when I do finally get to explore that area a little more.
    The blue/grey ones are nice but I’m kinda partial to the main door to the Theological building.
    Any idea why the flag was at half-mast? Just curious – I do realize it was a while ago so you may not remember…I’m just weird about noticing things like that 😉
    Wonderful post Linda 🙂

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    • Thanks, Norm! I noticed that too when I uploaded the picture – I have no idea. A search of people who died around the time the photo was taken (July 10/16) turned up nothing.
      Don’t forget to let me know when you’re coming this way! 😀

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  7. Really nice doors — looks like a lovely campus 🙂

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  8. What a beautiful campus. Are all the buildings in this style?

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  9. What a lovely building. I am sorry Paul never got to see the pics whilst he was still with us. xx

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  10. Our dear friend Paul would be so chuffed with this you gave me a tingle too Linda thank you ! xxxx

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  11. These are beautiful doors, Linda. love stone buidings. All the doors/entrances are nice, but I wish they were all that blue-grey color.

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  12. Great photos and I am sure Paul would be proud of the pics, looking down on them from the Blogosphere in the sky 🙂

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