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Fabulously pink......

This week it is a short but very sweet post......
I hope that you will agree!

Question: What sits in the middle of a field, is pink and flowers grow out of it?

Answer: .................

Hope that you have a very fabulous Pink Saturday and for more pink please visit Beverly's blog.

Bon weekend

L xx


  1. Love it....great photo :)
    Happy Week-end!
    Simone :)

  2. I LOVE this short pink post~ Have a simply beautiful week-end~~

  3. Great photo! Here's to pink bliss!

  4. Lovely post! Enjoy a faboulous week end!

  5.'s the cutest thing on four wheels...

  6. Oh!!!! This is fabulous, love it.

  7. This is gorgeous on many levels! Lovely happy image to brighten my day.. Thanks: Julie

  8. I don't know how you could be anything but happy driving that car ! So sweet.


  9. That is every girls dream car isn't it?
    For you other French lovers I have just finished a Paris inspired set of bookmarks let me know what you think :)

  10. One perfect image, no more needed!
    Millie ^_^

  11. Saturday mornings are mine. I spend them traveling the web, hopping from page to page visiting some of the most lovely blogs loaded with pink all thanks to Beverly and her great idea.

    Thanks so much for sharing your pink this week and for making my morning just a little bit brighter. Wishing you a special weekend filled with fun and family.

  12. ♥´¨)
    ¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*´¨)
    (¸.•´ (¸.•´♥ HAPPY PINK SATURDAY ♥

  13. Love it! Happy Pink Saturday!

  14. Love it - what a brilliant photo! Says it all. Happy Pink Saturday.

  15. Happy pink Saturday!

    What a wonderful photo - what could be cuter than a pink 2CV!

    Have a great week

  16. great it! Happy Pink Saturday ~ I hope you have a great weekend ~ Susan

  17. now there's somebody making use of their carbon footprint!


    one-day-late-HaPpY PiNk SaTuRdAy!

  18. Thanks goodness you didn't leave us hanging for an answer to that riddle!.. It would have "bugged" me all week!! (0; Happy Pink Saturday, and hope you have a wonderful week!


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