LOL. I can't tell you how many time I ended up doing that.
glad plan B works.lovely entry.
Open door policy. Thanks for playing along with the Sunday 160.
Plan A was using the key? Funny.
Brilliant!Now for Plan C!
I have given up DIY for that very reason. Loved it!
You managed to evoke humor so eloquently. Nicely written.
I hope it doesn't get cold where you are, Gautami!
I hope it wasn't an exterior door! Keep practicing with other projects and you won't have a house left. Funny!
I guess unhinged may have more than one meaning.Thanks for linking up at Real Toads.
That is amusing :)
When I wrote this, I didn't mean it as funny. However, it seems like to majority so, maybe I WAS being funny. Only Kerry could get into it....
Love the humor in this!
Love it! I knew a man who insisted on building the house for his family to live in. I last visited them three years after they had moved in - and he had yet to give the bathroom a door. Er, the bathroom was right off the living room...
the lighter side of DIY, very amusing!
Very interesting and amusing.
Am I the only one who interpreted this as enigmatically serious? I found it moving and mysterious.
Time for plan C?
a solid plan replaced by something flimsy. Great Plan B!!
we once threatened to do that very thing to my daughter's room - got a little tired of her slamming to door :) She did NOT think it funny!
glad there is a plan B optionfun...
Excellent!Kay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel
i just watched a video on parkour, and how it teaches not only the body but the mind to be agile and to find the way around not only problems, but the Expected. this had the same resonance. precisely done.
Really cool. I liked it a lot.
sounds like unanticipated and undesired exposure.
It is amusing how many projects end up with an outcome like we don't expect.
Very amusing! I can certanly relate.