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Karen Sironi
Love this story. Would love to have someone to do my kitchen and bath with. Toothpaste and Alcohol...hmmm Great job guys!
   
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Oly

This is the best--what a labor of family love. Love the kid art and the solution to it, too. Good job on the Craig's list purchases. This home was meant to be yours.

   
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cawhite6

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