I painted the backdoor Irish

The backdoor was rusty and ugly.








The paint is still wet.



Anonymous said...

What a striking improvement! You chose the perfect color for the spot.

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

I really like it! It makes the plants in front of it "pop" even more.

Pam/Digging said...

A green door is a natural choice for a gardener. It looks great!

CiNdEe's GaRdEn said...

I love the green door!! It looks great and it adds a lot to the area(-:

Christopher C. NC said...

Mo betta.

Bonnie Story said...

What's behind the green door?? We miss you Marilyn Chambers!

Frances said...

Jim Lowe The Green Door Lyrics:
[Tick-tock sound.]

(Midnight, one more night without sleepin'.)
(Watchin' till the morning comes creepin'.)
(Green door, what's that secret you're keepin'?)

There's an old piano and they olay it hot,
Behind the green door.
Don't know what they're doin', but they laugh a lot,
Behind the green door.
Wish they'd let me in so I could find out what's
Behind the green door.

(Knocked once, tried to tell 'em I'd been there.)
(Door slammed, hospitality's thin there.)
(Wonder just what's goin' on in there.)

Saw an eyeball peepin' through a smokey cloud,
Behind the green door.
When I said, "Joe sent me," someone laughed out loud,
Behind the green door.
[ Find more Lyrics on www.mp3lyrics.org/ooEw ]
All I want to do is join the happy crowd,
Behind the green door.

[Instrumental break featuring honky tonk piano.]

(Midnight, one more night without sleepin'.)
(Watchin' till the morning comes creepin'.)
(Green door, what's that secret you're keepin'?)
(Green door, what's that secret you're keepin'?)
(Green door.)

[Written by: Bob Davie, Marvin Moore & Jim Lowe-1956]
[Performed by: Jim Lowe [1] -1956]
[Appears on: The Green Door (45RPM)-1956 & (EP) 1996, Rock & Roll Party-1964*,
Songs they Sing Behind the Green Door-1957, The Door of Fame-1957, My Kind of
Country-1978*, Greatest Hits of (1956)-1987*, Your Hit Parade (1956)-1990*,
Rockin' Behind the Green Door-1995, Forever '50s-2000*, Well-Worn Grooves: Golden
Oldies '50s-2008*, et al. (*Compilation of various artists.)]

[1] Covered by: Cannonball Adderley, The CrampsFantastic Plastic Machine, Crystal
Gayle, Leo Green, Bill Haley & His Comets, Ray Hamilton, Gene McDaniels, Eskew
Reeder, Shakin' Stevens, Frankie Vaughan, et al.

[2] Transcribed from the track on this album.
Lyrics: The Green Door, Jim Lowe [end]

weeder1 said...

Love the door. Looks to be about the same shade I just painted my little storage shed!