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Christmas is on the way...

{fountain in our lovely village}

Bonjour,

Hope that you are all having/had a fabulous weekend. Today we spent the day hunting for treasures and we found many tresors today despite the cold, there were many sellers and we were lucky enough to meet a local lady with many beautiful interesting curios which I will tell you about later in the week.

I took this photo last night and thought that it was worth sharing, so magical........


Bon semaine a tous,

Leeann x

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  1. Dear Leeann,
    The photograph of the fountain in your village looks so pretty and Christmassy.
    Sorry that I've been AWOL for a while....my computer had a virus and it was impossible to comment on certain blogs.
    Keep warm and enjoy the run up to Christmas. XXXX

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  2. Such a beautiful fountain. Thank you for sharing.
    Teresa

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  3. The fountain looks lovely so very French.
    Jillx

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  4. How lucky to still have vide greniers in this season - here we have to wait now until easter!
    Sharon
    My French Country Home

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  5. So beautiful. Thank you for sharing. Hope you are doing well.

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  6. So gorgeous! Can't wait to see your new tresors :)

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  7. Dear Leeann
    Thank you for your photo of such a beautiful French fountain.
    After talking to France this morning, I'm just wishing I was there - I so love Christmas in F.
    They have all their decs up including Papa Noel on the roof by their first floor bedroom window!!!
    Christmas hugs
    Shane x

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  8. Beautiful photograph Leeann and I can't wait to hear all about your goodies..xx

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  9. Beautiful fontain!
    Great image!
    Happy week to you!
    Bisou, Babi

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  10. Bonjour Leaeann!

    How are you doing?

    I am in love with your picture! It's "dreamy". It's magical, indeed.


    Oh, do you like the movie "The Godfather"? Today my post is about the movie's house that's for sale! Take a look and let me know what you would do with the interiors.

    xo

    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

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  11. Bonjour Leeann,

    Love the pretty lights of the fountain in your village.
    Have a happy week

    Keep warm and enjoy your preparations for Christmas
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  12. First time here. What a fun blog! Lotz of great eye candy, which I love.

    xo,
    Amanda

    The Cheeky Cafe

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  13. Thanks for that little slice of magic!

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  14. Magical really does describe it perfectly. What a sight to behold while out shopping! xo ~Lili

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  15. Bellissime immagini! Clementina

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