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Love this photo....

{image from here}

I found this on flickr, it made me smile.......hope that it makes you smile too.


Je vous souhaite à tous un jeudi très heureux,

L x

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  1. It's a gorgeous photo - reminds me of your header image too! Maybe we should all wear or hearts on our sleeves more often!

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  2. Oh it does indeed make me smile Leeann :) Gorgeous pic :) - Tina x

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  3. Ahhh! but now I want to see the front!

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  4. Oh that image is so super sweet and chic..I love the hearts..just gorgeous x

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  5. This is very cute, I love it. xv

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  6. I did make me smile! Especially when I seemed to be on the other side of that window for a week recently. Enjoyed it! Maryanne xo

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  7. Oh how darling, I heart it too! ~Lili

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  8. Lovely photo, very french style...

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  9. It's gorgeous and it makes me want to see what else they have got in the shop. XXXX

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  10. those ruffles are nearly good enough to eat!

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  11. Thanks for the smile, and all those little hearts!

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  12. This is lovely, but soooooo wierd, because this is one of many heart/love type posts appearing on my blog list today. Its our wedding anniversary tomorrow so very timely.I guess with Valentines day coming up people are thinking about love.

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  13. I can imagine you wearing it too...

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  14. Perfect for the end of the week. I did have a smile on my face straight away, that is the power of good photography.

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  15. I love the photo.
    Thanks for sharing.

    -The Trendy Fashionista
    http://thetrendyfashionista.blogspot.com

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