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Friday Flowers...


There are too many beautiful flowers to choose from so I thought that I would let you choose your own.

I am looking forward to this weekend as we have quite a bit planned.

We are going to a Vide Grenier on Sunday morning and after this we are going to our lovely friend's house for lunch.

Martine, if you are reading this, we are really looking forward to Sunday.

What are your plans for this weekend?/Que faites-vous ce week-end?


Je vous souhaite un beau week-end, plein de bonheur.......

L x

Comments

  1. Oh what a lovely display - very French.

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  2. Oh my favourite - roses! Wishing you a wonderful weekend Leeann - Tina x

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  3. I love all your photos of flowers...what a great way to start the morning!
    I especially like the next pic of the dress, I can see why it made you smile :) I love ruffles..they can be so flattering no matter what age you are. Have a great weekend!
    Jeanne :)

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  4. Beautiful pic. This week en I will rest !!!Last week end I was at a fair all week end long from 6 in the morning ...so

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  5. What stunning flowers!! We have a long weekend here in Tas so a bit of renovating, gardening, antique hunting and a family get-together are on the cards!
    Have a good weekend :)

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  6. How easy it is to spot a French display, gorgeous!
    My weekend was today checking out an antiques fair to do on Fridays, then tomorrow a Vintage fair, and Sunday a visit to my local car boot. However we were in casualty this morning with my 80 year old mother in law who took a tumble at 4am and has had 4 stitches to a head wound, and can't be left for 48 hours! Oh well, it could have been much worse!
    Have a lovely Sunday
    Tracey

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  7. Today it's snowing so strong in Italy that seeing your photo makes me thing that soon it will be spring, oh I can't wait... This weekend I will be painting my bedside table all new and shabby style. Happy weekend toi aussi, Zaira

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  8. Such pretty flowers and enjoy the vide grenier - sooo love them! Will probably go out to the beach Sunday - looks like perfect picnic weather here... Have a good one!

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  9. Sounds like the perfect weekend Leeann...and I am so jealous that I cannot speak french : (

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  10. I love snap dragons they are so dainty. Have a wonderful weekend.

    xx, Michelle

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  11. I will take a few roses, they are so pricey right now!

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  12. Happy Friday Leeann! Dreaming of flowers, but it may be a little while before we see them here. Meanwhile, we will just keep playing in the snow! ~Lili

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  13. your plans sound so wonderful, have a fabulous time! Me, I am a rowing supporter this weekend - all weekend!

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  14. What beautiful flowers! Have a great weekend! Jennifer:)

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  15. Pretty flowers. Makes me want to stop and pick up some tomorrow at the market.

    Sissie

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  16. Lovely flowers,makes me want some!! Enjoy your weekend!

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  17. Those flowers look amazing. Such gorgeous colours. Have a lovely weekend Leeann. Amanda xx

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  18. Stunning picture of the flowers, will definitely make my day. Keep posting. Iflorist.co.uk

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  19. What a beautiful pic, reminds me of a stunning flowershop I've visited when I was in Paris for the first time. My love took me to that beautiful city as a surprise, isn't that sweet and romantic?

    Love,
    Rosa

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  20. Hi Leeann!
    Always love your Vendredi flowers. Bought a bunch last week in Paris.....Miss the choices!!!Maryanne:)

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  21. Happy weekend Leeann and I adore all the pretty flowers you have given us today.
    I have spent a lot of time doing some jobs around the house that I have been putting off for so long, so that has been great.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  22. My plan is to kick this cold right on its butt and get rid of it...I wish I had something better to share!!!
    Have a fun weekend!

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  23. Leeann, I always look forward to your Friday Flowers.

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