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Mandy, and you should add yours too!
Yes!!!!!! I could break it up a bit by putting posters of all your other lovely puzzles around the walls... I'd be in heaven :~)
Mandy, those aren't shutters. They're the wallpaper that can be seen looking through the windows. So you're referring to the green one with the purple wallpaper. Are you sure you want an apartment with purple wallpaper?
Wendy - such fun, and since the green one with the purple shutters is empty, I'd like to move into it... unless anyone else has already put in an offer???
Barb, I FINALLY fixed my audio problem....and now I'm laughing my head off because I really didn't pay attention to the lyrics. My house....and family definitely do not fit with the lyrics.My house is a large dump (falling apart old Victorian) and doesn't look remotely like anyone else's house, husband never played golf, doesn't drink martinis, homeschooled my not-so-normal kids, and no summer camp. Other than attending university, I'm happy to say that Malvina Reynolds didn't have my family in mind. LOLI found this....oh, and I do remember this song but never knew the title.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_2lGkEU4Xs
Yes, Wendy, those are the lyrics. :-)
No, Mr. Bugosi, but one of my sisters does.Barb, I have to fix my audio again....but in the meantime, I looked up the lyrics. Is this what you're talking about?http://ingeb.org/songs/littlebo.htmlPJ, but these apartment buildings aren't on the hillside; they're smack dab in the middle of a city. LOLKatie, thank you. I think it's cute and clever as well. :-)
This is such a cute and clever puzzle. I just love the little people in the windows! Good one Wendy!
Wendy - WOW. Great idea, wonderful puzzle.Tigress - I remembered the song, so now I too am singing 'Little boxes on the hillside' (googled the lyrics).Wendy - I think this puzzle is a marvelous illustration to the song.PJ
Wendy, this reminds me of a song I learned as a child, 'Little Boxes on the Hillside'. Do you know it? One of the lines goes, 'there's a green one, and a pink one, and a blue one and a yellow one'. Good fun solving this, thanks. :-)
Is this where you live?................