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Love is in the........shower

{image from here}

When I saw this, I had to smile as I was already planning on doing a series on posts for Saint Valentine's day.

The description reads "Une douche d'amour sur votre corps le matin!". A shower of love for your body in the morning......just what we all need!


L'amour est dans l'air, je pense...

L x

Comments

  1. He he....wow, Valentine's day really is just around the corner!!
    Lou
    xx

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  2. I love it! What a fabulous wake up that shower would be each day:) - Tina x

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  3. It's too cute!
    Really does bring a smile to your face!
    Have a great day Leeann!
    xx

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  4. That's a great way to wake up on Valentine's Day!

    Sissie

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  5. That is as cute as a button!! Enjoy your day,Chrissy

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  6. Thisis like the cutest thing EVER:D
    Soooo cute,and inspires to a little lovemaking in the shower perhaps *lol* ???

    great idea anyways.......

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  7. I noticed yet another lovely difference in reference to the holiday . . . I shall now refer to it as 'Saint' Valentine's Day here too! Your blog is so lovely!

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  8. too cute. i sometimes write, or draw hearts on our bathroom mirror. when my husband steams up the room from a shower they appear. it's the little things isn't?
    happy day!
    kathi

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  9. How sweet is that? A shower of love... sounds romantic.
    Blessings!
    Gwen

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  10. What a great picture. Really apt for the build up to Valentines Day. XXXX

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  11. So sweet! I just found your blog and am enjoying your posts. :)

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  12. Hi Leeann,

    Now that really would be a lovely thing to look up to each morning.
    Also I love the Lanvin postage stamps.

    I hope that your week is fabulous.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  13. What a great wakeup call this would be.

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  14. Adorable!

    I have an award for you. Stop by Creative Coquette Blogs when you get a chance. :)

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