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Saturday, September 5, 2009

hi, it's me: amesh.

i will start this blog by posting the silhouette of my little family. these three are only sketches by rnbeth, but am planning to hang the real ones they made in my future living room at my new house (will keep you posted on the progress). Enjoy for now :)


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