A Tale of Three Doors

Doors fascinate me. Such a variety of styles, colors, and sizes. Yet all serve the same functions of passageway and protection. Here’s an interesting viewpoint on doors.

Kathryne Leach

I’m in a season with new doors.

Not the opportune kind, I’m talking literal doors here.

Gift of a Hand Carved Door

Leach door copyrightHubby and I bought a new house and to our delight, it came with a custom carved  front door. Hand carved from Red Oak in 1981 by by Jack Wallis, the artistry and craftsmanship are exquisite. I’d never heard of this artist before because all my previous doors came from Home Depot. Shows my budget and level of class.

Anyway, after googling his name from the brass plate affixed to the door, I learned what a treasure we had purchased. Seems Jack has been creating stained glass masterpieces for churches, homes and businesses since 1971, each  handmade to order in Murray, Kentucky. They are not a high production factory. Orders take several months, start with the finest hardwoods which are carved, then sanded, stained and sealed to…

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About paynefulponderings

Cindy enjoys time with God, her family, and her friends. Writing is her way of sharing how God has worked in her life in hopes of helping others see Him. She stays busy as a wife, mother, grandmother, and caretaker/owner of four horses, two dogs, and five cats.
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1 Response to A Tale of Three Doors

  1. Kathryne says:

    Thank you, Cindy.


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