Wednesday, November 26, 2008

advice for the loft!

I am enlarging some pictures for the loft. I need a set of four. Which set is your favorite?





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11 comments:

Lindsey and Ben said...
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Lindsey and Ben said...

I like them all! But I think my favorite set is the last one. Good Luck! Hope you 2 are doing good!

Anonymous said...

I like the first and second one better than the third. Have fun!

Patience said...

Oh I remember those places!!! Wasn't that a fun semester? I got so fat, it was great ;). I think the 2nd set is my favorite. .. but they are all great! And... I may just need to get some copies from you. . yours are way better than mine. .oh the memories!!

Annie and Kyle said...

I like the last set the best. They all look awesome though! Good luck.

Hannah said...

I like the last four the best! Man, they are so cool! you want to get me a set? :)

Chadlock said...

i LIke the first seat a lot cause of the contrast. :)

this nonsensical mess was brought to you by jannah. thank you. said...

hmmm ... i would go with the last set.

i'm likin it.

P and L said...

I heard that you were giving discounts to people who know me! Believe me, I heard, and I'm sorry! What kinda nut job thinks I am on the side of the consumer in a retail situation! You should have RAISED the price in my name!


But thank you, they were giddy that their haggling had worked.

I like the first set. But what I really want to see it pictures of "The Loft" It sounds hot.

laura said...

wow! i'm impressed with them all. you want to take our family picture while we're in utah?

Wendle said...

Wow! With each collection, my love grew. I definitely put my vote towards the last set. Beautiful!

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