Dan’s Thursday Doors

Here are my contributions to the Thursday Doors Challenge hosted by Dan of nofacilities.com.

Here’s a door we don’t often like to see!
I found the green tiles around this door interesting.
Church doors never fail to capture my attention.

April Bright Squares #15

I like the way the morning sun lights up the white in Garçon’s fur. This is my contribution to Becky B’s April Bright Squares Challenge.

I’d be remiss if I didn’t include this tulip.

Ragtag Daily Prompt: Country Comfort

The old King was still bed-ridden with pneumonia. While it didn’t seem to be getting better, neither did it appear to be getting worse. With Princess Pirouette, Tata Sous-sus and la duchesse du Linge in attendance at the sickbed, His Majesty was under constant supervision. It was Tata Sous-sus who made a liniment by crushing the leaves of various plants such as cedarleaf and nutmeg. With a few drops of turpentine to seal the deal, she rubbed the concoction onto His Majesty’s chest.

“It was my own mother who taught me how to make it,” said Tata Sous-sus to Pirouette. “She called it ‘country comfort.‘ It works like a charm when a fever settles into the chest.”