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November 20, 2009

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Foodelf

Lindy - I just love the colours, regardless of flash/night-time effects, they're very close to some of my personal favourites. What a great job the painters are doing.

Best of luck with the last flurry of packing and organizing and with the move ... SO exciting!

Foodelf

N

The colors look lovely! Soothing and yet stimulating...!! The painters are doing a wonderful job.

lindy

Oh, I'm glad you like them too. I was there this afternoon, midst fussing with stuff here, and dealing with a perfectly sweet junkman, who took my excess useless mess away for a song. (I finally put up the money and joined Angie's list, which is where I found him. He is a true paragon among junkmen, and separates recyclables with great care. I do not think it would be excessive to say he was "jolly", either. )

The colors do indeed look like this in the light- at least on my monitor, it's quite accurate. They will be painting my bedroom, and putting the white shutters back in tomorrow. Cutting it pretty close, we are.

Melynda

I too appreciate a good paint job, and not one that I would produce! Not only can I not see straight, I cannot paint straight. Rather a problem if you want a nice and crisp job. So far this is coming together nicely.

Arlene Wise

Yes! The colors are very nice. I do like them better on the walls than on the cardboard--although maybe you could hang that depiction as a "modern" landscape.

Sounds like you'll be in home for the holidays. Enjoy!

Arlene

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