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Je suis très fatigué ...... je serai de retour demain!
L x

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  1. Get some rest my dear, you deserve it.

    hugs

    Sissie

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  2. love the photo - I want a hat like that!

    may your rest be sweet and renewing,

    Lorrie

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  3. I hope you get some good rest! Love the photo!

    Kat :)

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  4. What? Out shopped already????? Or over worked cooking delights for that Mr FF. Just wait till I get my hands on him ;-)

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  5. If your going to be exhausted, you should look good at it. Love everything about this photo!

    x deb

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  6. And the shopping??? Do tell!!
    Love the photo..
    Rest well..
    Jeanne :)

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  7. This is how I was feeling the other day! I hope you get some rest! Lovely image.
    Take Care,
    Maria

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  8. Feel well soon! love the photo!

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  9. Are you fatigued from your fabulous shopping day in Bordeaux Leeann? Hope you get some rest my dear, I love that photo!! Take Care ~ Tina xx

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  10. Fatigue..Ugh! Take care, and rest..!~lulu

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  11. Hi Leeann,

    Beautiful image and get some rest now.

    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  12. Hope the storms are far away from you.

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  13. Je voudrais etre là-bas me reposer moi aussi...
    Jolie photos. Bisous Leeann, on attend ton reportage du shopping sauvage!!
    Zaira

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  14. How was Bordeaux? beaucoup de shopping....

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  15. I love how you are bringing back my french language memory. I'm trying, I'm really trying!!! =)
    Have a lovely rest.

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  16. oo! such a pertinent photo, & id love to wind up in a place like that to nap!!! loveliest wishes

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  17. & i do love the bathroom set above, how serene & lovely!!!

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  18. on what a beautiful picture!!!

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