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Deocrated Doors - Photos

Here are the photos of my office doors newly decorated for Christmas as I wrote about in my previous Thankful Thoughts post.  The first  door leads from the reception office (my office) to the hallway which connects the five other offices in our firm's suite.  It says Merry Christmas, but that's hard to see in the photo.  Papa Bear helped me get all the candy cane satin ribbon stripes fastened in place securely.

The second door is the entrance to our suite.  I liked using hope as it's theme because that is what we try to provide for our clients who are attempting to negotiate the very bewildering Social Security disability maze.  Hope is also what the true meaning of  Christmas is all about.

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    1. Thanks Gail, it's festive, but simple to do... just takes two sets of hands!

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  2. Well done! You decorate with great style.

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    1. Thanks, Mimi! I love to play with it, but my talents are pretty basic, this was one I could handle.

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  3. How interesting to cover the entire door. My Sister in law recently applied for and received disability, and it is very appropriate in her situation.

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    1. I've seen many doors turned into large packages with wrapping paper and bows, Linda, this idea stemmed from that. At our firm we see both ends of the disability spectrum, those in dire need, and those who are trying to scam the system. I am grateful when we are able to help someone truly in need, and also glad when the scammers get turned down.

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  4. Such a great idea! I should do this for my kids bedroom doors - what a surprise that would be!

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    1. Thanks, Rory! I think kids would be delighted by candy cane doors, and it doesn't cost that much if you can find large spools of ribbon!

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