July 24, 2009

Small world. Smallwood.



11 comments:

  1. Q: "Is it legal to marry a house?" Haa-haa-haa! Awesome! A: Date, yes. Marry, No.

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  2. Sometimes I am in total lust with my house and sometimes it is the ball & chain I would love to take to divorce court. That house is like Matthew Broderick, kind of small but completely lovable. I say live in sin and and be blissfully happy.

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  3. Oh my, that house is amazing. It must be gorgeous in the fall, when the leaves change color. *sigh* I'm sure it wouldn't mind the next time you drive by, if you stand outside it with a boom box playing Peter Gabriel.

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  4. Funny! What a lovely. When something can bring a smile to your face, that's a good thing.

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  5. That might be the best house I've ever seen. It is just gorgeous and I'm sad that I can't have it.fien

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  6. I have always dreamed of a house like that.....*sigh*. If it ever goes on the market and you don't get it I will never forgive you Beefy (or at least let me know, kay?)

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  7. Does it have a twin that I could marry too? It's a dwell done well :-)

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  8. OMG it's DREAMY, Beefy! For MOI?! You are just too much! I mean, for cereal. I love it so much I could just gobble it up like a gingerbread treat!

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  9. Found you via a funny comment you posted on d*s... Nice blog. And you must live in a very special place... You get to drive by this sweet little shingled house when you so wish?? Lucky, lucky you. I'm jealous.
    -maria

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