Listening to a couple of webinars tonight on blogging. Both advised to only blog once a week or every two weeks. I’m in my second challenge of blogging every day. Try to do it late, when I’m tired and less inhibited so I can share an honest moment with anyone out there. Like this quiet, introspective time. Will try to share with images tonight, not so many words.

Part of growing older and retiring, is looking for the doorway into the last third of your life. For me, my love of writing has been my gateway. On Pinterest, I’m always pinning doors, gates, or openings into enchanted looking, distant places. Places I would like to explore. Here are a few of my favorites.

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Perhaps one of these will inspire a story for you. If not , there are dozens more on my Pinterest page at


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