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June 25, 2007



The program "If Walls Could Talk" has inspired our family to intentionally write in inconspicuous places on the walls of our home, and consider leaving objects of our time in areas of our home for future occupants to find accidentally someday.

I even allow my grandkids to leave their mark, whatever it may be, on certain pieces of furniture for them to enjoy someday when they receive it.

Larry Lehmer

What a good idea, Angela. I wonder how much family history has been painted or wallpapered over in older homes where every layer represents change. If walls could talk, indeed.

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