How about a Sunset Strip beach motel with balconies and peach stucco and a decorating theme involving palm trees and pink flamigos?
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Posted 07 June 2010 - 10:56 PM
Well, then it will just have to go on your birthday/holiday wish list. Hope the kitty's doing ok.
Posted 08 June 2010 - 03:14 AM
Drats. I was really beginning to get into the whole B&B thing but then I realized that the floor plans on the other two houses lent themselves much better to that theme with less bashing.
I like this one because of the garage and not much roof to shingle. And I can have a rooftop garden.
Kelly, that was superb enabling! I can just see it now
Think it would look okay in stucco?
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I'm sorry about your cat, Kathryn. Thank goodness she's going to be okay.
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