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8.08.2009

dear husband-to-be,


if we ever choose to paint our house or apartment or closet for that matter,

promise we'll hire professionals?



love,

the woman-that-if-you-met-tomorrow-you'd-wonder-about-her-calloused-hands

12 comments:

Elizabeth Marie said...

Awwwww...this is such a GOOD one! :)

RatalieNose said...

I can't blame ya...
However calloused hands are signs of a strong independent woman!

RayRay said...

i heart calloused hands.

Fashionably Kate said...

cute.

take it from me, REALLY and TRULY hire a professional! when hubs and i were newly married, we moved into a house, and painted every square inch of it ourselves... recipe for disaster!!!

Yvonne Anderson said...

Nice!

rubi said...

we've decided to do that as well.

at least now you will be on holiday in australia and wont have to worry about a thing!

The Girl in the Yellow Shoes said...

So, so true!

Penny Lane said...

I remember painting our first house. We agreed to sweat equity (painting ALL of it) in exchange for a good chunk off of the down payment. Well it was tough! SOOOO much work. I cried, rolling around on the kitchen floor at one point, exhausted. So yep, I understand you plea here :)

Hanako66 said...

painting is the pits, but I kinda love it too!

have fun in Australia!!!

iheartkiwi said...

ha ha when i came home from south america kiwi had the whole place painted as a surprise! i knew i picked a keeper....

it's so worth it. your future husband will thank you!

iheartkiwi said...

p.s. i just finished the time traveler's wife... i couldn't put it down. loved it.

Signorina Svizzera said...

It seems the painting pickle continues? Good luck! Fortunately (except that until I read about your pickle I thought "unfortunately") my apartment building does not allow me to change the color of my walls, so I have not experienced this particular pickle thus far.

Also, as with "iheartkiwi" above, I am (almost) finished with the Time Traveler's Wife. Unfortunately right near the end it got so sad I had to take a break. But I will say that the first 400 pages or so were read in about 2 days, I got so sucked in :)