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house in the woulds? Shoulda, coulda.

by RaisedByWolves on February 15, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Years went by, deaths, divorce, dreams so unreal they even failed as dreams. Then one day I made it real. This was two years ago. There is more now. More solar panels, front porch roof, more batteries and windmill. More doing, less woulda, coulda, shoulda. Yes we get many double and triple, double wide rainbows over the house.

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