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Today.......

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.......I want to do this, especially in this dress and shoes......I feel like I need another weekend to recover from the weekend.....what about you?

Signed a très fatigué moi x

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  1. Ha Ha ... love the photograph! Sorry you need another weekend to recover from the last one.. hope you have a good week....! x

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  2. Love this post!
    That's how I feel whenever we come back from a vacation... I feel like I need another one to relax from the previous one...

    Repose-toi bien.

    xo

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  3. I know the feeling, I just happened upon your blog and am completely in love. Merci pour être super ;)

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  4. I feel your pain! By the way, I have already asked the girls in the office to make sure that, if I faint in the office, they make sure my skirt is not up around my waist. So, I'm pretty sure I'd look just like this picture.

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  5. I understand completely. :) (Perfect image - still full of so much beauty and glamour.)

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  6. I almost fell off my chair laughing with the photo! I can not picture you on the floor! That's exactly how I feel at the end of the day after I put my kids in bed! ha ha ha....
    Your are so lovely!

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  7. HaHa ! funny .. very funny and so familiar.. at least familiar feeling.
    Love that dress.

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  8. Hi, I had a lovely weekend in the Puy-de-Dome. Stunning scenery, went up a mountain, did a couple of vide greniers, ate out and went to an Antique Folk Art Fair.
    Love the dress too...
    Take care. Nickyx

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  9. Ahaha, that is funny! No, I did lots of that in less fashionable clothing this weekend.

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  10. Lovely photo. I feel a bit like that today! I need another holiday to recover from my last holiday - arrived back in London at 2.30am last night to pouring rain and a taxi queue. Groan.

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  11. That is one cool photo.
    If I looked that good I'd be taking naps in public all the time.
    Hope you get some catch-up time for yourself.

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  12. Interesting and lovely image!
    teresa

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  13. Tell me about it! If only you could press pause on the rest of the world and spend a couple of days in bed catching up on sleep.

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  14. I love your blog and I love that photo!! It made me chuckle to myself. There's nothing like flopping on the floor in a fabulous dress for some real me time, is there?! I might try it later!!

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  15. I smile everytime I see this picture. Thanks for making me smile. Heidi

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  16. What a great picture! That's how I feel after a hard days work :)

    xx,
    Michelle

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  17. Haha. Great post.

    I thought I would drop by and say hi (or should I say salut) and thank you for your comment on my blog. I love the little church too. Was laying in bed scheming last night thinking of room layout, bathroom fittings, kitchens etc etc.

    Lovely blog you have here.

    www.buildingthelakehouse.blogspot.com

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  18. Me encantó la foto!!!! Un beso, Gloria.

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  19. J'ai appris des choses interessantes grace a vous, et vous m'avez aide a resoudre un probleme, merci.

    - Daniel

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