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Rebekah Orton
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Rebekah Orton

Rebekah Orton

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Lovely Mermaid Sculpture

7 Ways You’re Making House Cleaning Harder Than It Has To Be — From the Archives: Greatest Hits | Apartment Therapy

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Modern front door with vertical detail.

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Looking to organize your bathroom? These spaces ace stylish storage.

Chicken tikka masala from Bombay House, Provo.

$45 Flush Mount Light Fixture via @Home Depot

I really like this bench for the girl's room , Lou. What do you think? My First Client Reveal ::

smoked pastrami from katz's

I like the design of the glass wall & door with the wall only going as high as the toliet. Looks spacious this way for my small master bathroom. Cant wait till we get to remodel our small master bath like this. SEAN WOULD LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!!!! @ Home Improvement Ideas

"The Origin of the Harp" from Moore's Irish Melodies (page 60) by Thomas MOORE (Poet, Songwriter, Singer, Entertainer. Ireland, 1779-1852). Illustrator: Daniel MACLISE (Artist. Ireland, 1806-1870). FREE E-Book at link. For personal use only. "Tis believed now this harp, which I wake now for thee / Was a siren of old who sung under the sea..."

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