Seems Like Yesterday



Moment in Time


Sunday, November 9, 2014
4:15 p.m.
Senior Photo shoot with my oldest granddaughter


Do you know that having a green door was a code for a speakeasy during prohibition?
I'm not sure exactly what used to be behind this door, but
nowadays it's the home of Pecan Point Microbrewery & Diner.
Read a bit of history here.

sharing with Tuesday's Treasures

32 comments:

  1. The door and your granddaughter are full of charm!

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  2. Your granddaughter is beautiful and two great photos. I found that very interesting about the green door.

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  3. Time does fly, doesn't it?

    Do you remember that song from 50s(?) about the green door?

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  4. I had no idea a green door indicated a speakeasy. Thanks for the education.

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  5. My front door is a green door about the same color. We never use that door so I had to think about what color that it is. You have a pretty granddaughter.

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  6. Your granddaughter is more beautiful than the door but I like it too.

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  7. Wow a couple of treasures! Thanks for the history lesson about the green door. Check out "Green Door."

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vle44kNHxDg

    Thanks for joining the party this week, I hope that you come back really soon.

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  8. Pretty girl! I didn't know that about the green door. Thanks for the trivia fact. :-)
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  9. What a great backdrop and lovely lady.

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  10. i would think keeping the 'green door' signal secret would have been tough. :)

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  11. I love the colour of that green door but didn't know the story about green doors and speak-easys. Your granddaughter is beautiful!

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  12. I wasn't aware of that prohibition info. Interesting! Your granddaughter is lovely!

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  13. How intriguing. I knew about red doors, but not about green. And now I am wondering whether I have given away too much about myself. LOL.

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  14. Your daughter is beautiful....and I love the door.

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  15. Now that reminds me of the song "Green door" I'll bet that's what they were singing about. You've given me some homework as I'll have to look this up.

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  16. That old green door is very cool looking.
    Your granddaughter is lovely.

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  17. Love the pale green color and texture of the door. The portrait of your granddaughter is very nice as well.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  18. Hello, I love the door and it's color. Your granddaughter is beautiful. Enjoy your day!

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  19. I think I've heard that before about the door! Nice picture.

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  20. Seems like a nice backdrop for some portraits.

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  21. A wonderful old door, and it reminds me of the song about the green door. A strange time in history. A lovely granddaughter, by the way.

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  22. I love the door photo. Interesting, too. Your granddaughter is a pretty girl.

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  23. great backdrop for a photos shoot.. i love old doors and buildings.

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  24. What lovely photos. I love that green door too. What a lovely color and your grand daughter is so pretty. Have a lovely day.

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  25. how interesting, i didn't know that! when we lived outside of springfield, mo..there was a really good restaurant that was in an old speakeasy...i think the name had something to do with a river...i'm going to go crazy now thinking about it...they had delicious fried chicken! your granddaughter is beautiful!

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  26. Lovely photo of your granddaughter. :)

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  27. You just cleared up a song from 1956 that I never quite understood---Jim Lowe's "Green Door." Thanks.
    What a lovely young lady your granddaughter is. That should be her signature color to wear. Stunning.

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  28. You have a beautiful granddaughter!
    Neat shot of the door, and fun fact! I had no idea!

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  29. Lovely door; lovely granddaughter!

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