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My idea of a perfect saturday..

{image from here}

......is spending the day in bed while listening to the rain and wind outside. Well a girl can dream can't she?
Hope that you all have a fabulous pink Saturday, and enjoy reading all the other lovely pink posts at Beverley's blog.

Bon weekend,

L x

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  1. Happy weekend Leeann.
    I agree .... that is a lovely way to spend a wet Saturday, relaxing with a good book.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  2. HEAVEN! That is exactly how I would love to spend a Saturday. When it's raining I don't feel at all guilty for staying in bed that extra bit longer!

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  3. Oh that sounds like a wonderful weekend. Enjoy!

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  4. Happy Pink Saturday to you! I have a baby who woke me up at 5 this morning, so that looks like a dream to me!!Have a great weekend!
    From AK;))

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  5. Hello L
    Your perfect Saturday sounds perfect to me too!! Lovely photo of Duvet cover..

    Wish you a great day!!

    Julie xx

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  6. It sounds perfect!!! Enjoy and relax your week end!
    Vale

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  7. I think that I lost a lot of blogging friends from my last post when I said that I didn't like pink...I only meant that , personally, I didn't like wearing it !!! Pink interiors can look stunning, Your photo looks fresh and, doesn't she look so comfy. I do love the old rose pink tone too. Here's wishing you a nice restful pink weekend. XXXX

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  8. We get PLENTY of wind and rain here in the Mendip Hills in Somerset. Too often really but having said that, I love it when the fire is lit and it glows in the room. Sitting there with a mohair blanket around me. I feel really cosy then and don't mind the fact that uit is windy and raining outside.
    Have a great weekend
    Isabelle x

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  9. oh! me too......but i must have a book with me for in between napping....2021 is looking good for this dream to become a reality..!

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  10. What a perfect pink Saturday morning. Don't forget the cafe au lait and croissants, maybe a croque-monsieur for lunch and a nice glass of wine too!

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  11. Oh! What a beautiful image! I LOOVVEE the bedlinen!

    Greet

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  12. Ohhh to have a bed so lovely! Happy PS

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  13. A perfect way to spend a Saturday, especially under that gorgeous duvet!

    xo Gigi

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  14. What a beautiful, dreamy photograph. It's perfect for Pink Saturday. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

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  15. L♥ve your pink goodies this week. Just when I think I have enough pink in my life I participate in Pink Saturday and see even more sweet things I’d enjoy having in my home or flowers for my gardens or just to look at☺ What could be better than the color pink dancing in your head all morning?

    Thanks so much for sharing. Hoping your weekend is filled with sunshine and the comfort of those you love and who love you.

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  16. Happy Pink Saturday! Taht is my kinda weekend too. What a beautiful room to rest in! BEcs

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  17. Gorgeous picture and yes that would make a perfect saturday!

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  18. that is the BEST! have a wonderful weekend

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  19. Oooh Happy Pink Saturday. This is my kind of post. I so love this bed, and the beautiful linens. I think I could spend the day in there and not feel bad one moment. I have signed up to follow your blog. I can't wait to see what you share next. Loved this post. Please stop by and see my pink post. I would so love to share. Country hugs, Sherry

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  20. This is the prettiest image ever! I adore your new blog design too~
    I hope your weekend was restful~
    xx's

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  21. Yes, that will always be the dream. I live in LA though, so that doesnt happen very often at all!

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  22. Beautiful blog... I absolutely love those sheets... Glad I found you!

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