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Happy Mothers Day/Bonne Fête des Mères



Photo: Polly Wreford

Happy Mothers day to all Mothers out there, Mum if you are reading this, hope that the flowers arrived in time.



Photo: Polly Wreford


Have a fabulous day, you deserve it!


Bisous L x

Comments

  1. Beautiful photos. Have a wonderful weekend and Mother's Day. ♥

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  2. Bonne fête des Meres ~ Happy Mother's Day to you too. Hope your Mom received her flowers in time, I'm sure they're beautiful!

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  3. Hi L.
    Thank you for wishing "Happy Mother's Day" with the gorgeous photos.
    I request no flowers since my garden has tons of flowers everywhere(smile).Wish I could share some with you. Have a wonderful weekend! Do something for yourself..(I meant, break from the painting..)

    xJulie

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  4. Lovely photos. Happy Mother's Day! :)

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  5. happy pink saturday! lovely pictures
    marie

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  6. Have a wonderful Mother's day and weekend! Glad to know another die hard No 5 fan :)

    -Stephanie

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  7. i hope you have a beautiful Mother's Day celebration! thank you for stopping by, also, i love your pink post.

    God Bless,
    Charmaine

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  8. From one Kiwi girl to another, wishing you a very happy Mother's day.
    I enjoyed visiting your blog and love all things French and your pink post is so pretty.

    Enjoy your day
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  9. And the boys even cleaned the kitchen after making me breakfast in bed...Happy Mother tobe Day L

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  10. Such gorgeous pinks, great pics. Hope you had a wonderful weekend. Running a bit late here but fun to finally make it to your blog.
    debby

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  11. Such a pretty photo! Wow! she's so pretty.
    Anwyays, my heartiest mothers day greetings to all wonderful mom around the world! Happy Mother's Day!

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