Bilder i från teater rep
Postad den 19 Jun 2009 vid 13:24

efter lite önsknigar om saker runt teaten så kan man gå och titta på bilder på oss när vi repar ...


LÄNK TILL BILDERNA


hoppas länken stämmer annars får ni peta på mig och gnälla ^^


och så la jag in en blid på sidan som ligger under blider ^^
om man inte orkar blädra igenom hela finnestorp albummet ^^

 
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