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Default Side stepping mundane...

I like the earth mover the best...
no make that the book shelf.. no the truck. bookshelf truck bookshelf truck...
oh jimminy..

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This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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+ on bookshelf....

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I might forget to open the door on the ones with the roads.
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Really like those. Thanks, Stick.

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I like them all and what a great idea, thanks for sharing.
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We have younger friends who are both artists. They have 4 children, but have always struggled financially. They lived in an old house in a less desirable part of town. The house looked like all the rest from the outside, but they had painted the interior to look like a medieval castle, complete with stone walls and a princess standing on a fake stone staircase. Each child's room had was painted with vivid scenes from stories they had read. It was fascinating to see what they had done with just paint.
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Love #2 and 4 .
Pretty sure the third last is just photoshopped

I don’t always insulate , but when I do .
Ok ,I never insulate
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Great idea...do they make one showing an insulated shop...?

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Those remind me of Wile E Coyote tunnel mirages

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