I feel like I’ve been very absent from the Thursday Doors scene – in fact, I know that I’ve been very absent because I’ve missed many weeks of Thursday Doors viewing and posting now. And I must apologise, but hopefully I can get back to a more regular TD schedule (probably still not weekly, but maybe every 2-3 weeks)
I’ve actually been re-inspired by a friend who’s honeymooning in Europe at the moment. She sent me a few photos of some lovely Swiss doors she’s found. I’d forgotten that I’d even told her about TD, but she clearly hadn’t forgotten!
So, in tribute to my friend and her husband, and in gratitude for thinking of me when they saw these doors, here are some doors from Switzerland, courtesy of my good friend:
You can probably tell which door is for a pharmacy. My friend is also a pharmacist, so she’s also naturally drawn to pharmacies while she’s on holidays (and she knew I’d appreciate the pharmacy photo). A number of other pharmacists I know also enjoy visiting foreign pharmacies – it’s a thing. I was actually at work when I received that photo, and I very excitedly went to show a couple of colleagues who also appreciated the photo.
In fact, one of those colleagues was holidaying in Europe earlier this year (also for a honeymoon) and had sent me several door photos while she was there (of pharmacies and other places too). I’ve been wanting to share her photos too, but she told me she has a pretty decent stash, so I’m waiting for her to send the rest of the collection over (she’s been quite busy so hasn’t gotten around to it yet).
I keep trying to convince people to post their door photos on Instagram (since no one else has a blog), but everyone seems a bit shy… so I guess I’ll post on their behalf. I’m certainly grateful for the photos, and I’m glad the TD phenomenon has encouraged others to notice and appreciate doors! (and other small details)
Thank-you A & L! Hope you’re enjoying all the wonders of Europe!
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