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Behr-y, Behr-y good paint

Watching paint dry is vastly underrated.
The home improvement continues at a frenetic pace in advance of a couples' shower hosted by my three darling sisters, coming up on Aug. 9th, here at Chez MOG (Mother of the Groom). I'm finally getting around to painting our little "gallery hall" adjacent to the powder room. This is where our guests can view pictures of us and our relatives, going back four generations, as they wait to use the john.  I am the designated interior painter of the family and, as such, I highly recommend Behr Ultra, paint AND primer in one can. (Would you believe this hallway used to be a deep cranberry red?!) The color is French Silver.

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I am in awe of you. In awe! I couldn't paint a hallway if my life depended on it. Well, maybe I could. But still. I worship you and your numerous home improvement skills. xo
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