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June 26, 2007

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Matt

It looks pretty great. The bench and the long room are very nice. Having spent the the last 3 days trying to re-learn all of tort law I can't help but find myself thinking that I hope the buddha hand above the bench is well attached so it doesn't fall on the head of someone sitting in the chair.

d

hey, do you think you would ever want your house to be in a magazine? i'm with an archi/interior design mag, and my editor has expressed interest in your place when he saw photos of your new place! you think?

belle waring

oooh, totally, d. I would love that. email me.

pholbo

The house looks great. We can't wait to see it up close.

Be careful on those ladders.

Paul and Kay

Jackmormon

I *love* chandeliers.

bkkbabe

I love the hand (have a bit of a collection myself). When we lived in Thailand, I visited the amazing house of a Thai architect set on the banks of a river in Chiang Mai - very serene... anyway, he had the Buddha hands as the handles to his front door. I always thought that when I had a house (finally) I would find a worthy entrance to do the same to.

d

hey belle, hope you received my email, sent it a while back

W. Kiernan

Ah, but have you ever operated an electric drill, plugged into the 110V mains, with fogged-up eye-glasses while standing on a wobbly ladder in the driving rain, with a Category Four hurricane scheduled to pass right over your house within the next nine hours? Hah, Hell no, you aren't half stupid enough!

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