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Time flies.........

{photo taken by moi in Apt last week}

......when you are having fun. Not sure about the fun part today as I am wading through a pile of post vacation washing.

Will be back tomorrow to share with you more photos and a story or two about our vacation.

A tres bientot,

L x

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  1. Beautiful image..cant wait to see more!! Hugs, Rachel ;)

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  2. Hi Leeann!
    Love the shot in Apt.....Your charm bracelets are darling!!!!I may have to check them out further!!!!!!!xo Maryanne

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  3. Beautiful photo Leeann. Best of luck with all your laundry. Certainly not as fun as the holiday itself!
    Looking forward to more photos.

    Cheers ~

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  4. I have enjoyed all your lovely posts on your holiday in the Provence, - its my favourite place and it has been great sharing it with you.
    Jillx

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  5. Hi Leeann
    Can't wait to read about your provence holiday,
    Julie xx

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