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Quite Quaint – #ThursdayDoors


Compared to the blog post of Norm Frampton, founder of Thursday Doors, my post with one little picture is teensy. I have yet to fully appreciate his awesome entry this week, which features one of the most famous landmarks in Toronto history, so what do you say we both go there after we get to the end of this post? There’ll be a link.

My Thursday Door is a tiny Thursday Door, on a little lending library I found whilst out wandering. Of course, I put my book in and took another.

It really is quite quaint.

Here’s Norm’s link. Don’t miss it!

Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

22 thoughts on “Quite Quaint – #ThursdayDoors

  1. I love those little free libraries. I wish we could have one at the end of our drive, but it’s at the top of the hill, and I’m afraid it would be a menace to navigation!


  2. I love those little libraries and this one has a stellar door!



  3. Ahh, now I see your A to Z. That is a beautiful door on the quaint little library.


  4. Two greats words for a Q day – with alliteration to boot! Great job.


  5. My daughter shared with me a “little library” in her city. Now I’ve noticed them elsewhere. I was exited to see one in Trondheim, Norway last year. A great concept.


  6. I love it! It’s twee πŸ™‚


  7. What a cute little library. I don’t think we have any of those around our area. Quite appropriate for today πŸ™‚


  8. Great marketing strategy πŸ˜€
    Kidding aside, I love these little libraries. The door on this one with the etched glass is pretty fancy. Nice find.


  9. I see what you did there – don’t worry, I won’t tell. I love the little free library boxes. Great door.

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