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Love/Amour...

{photo from here}

L'amour n'est pas l'amour avant que vous ne le donniez.

"Love is not love until you give it away "

Leeann x

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  1. So true Leanne, Have a fabulous day x Suzi

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  2. Great

    Great shot Leeann!! Happy Valentine's Day :)

    Jeanne xx

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  3. Beautiful photograph and so, so true. Hope you are having a lovely day Leeann. xx

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  4. Bonjour Leeann,

    I love the sweet Rodney Smith photograph, who would not love a 2CV. I know I do!
    Yes, the frame my daughter gave me for Christmas and fits the romantic postcard you gave me perfectly.
    Merci beaucoup.

    Happy Valentines day
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  6. LOVE that photo!!! Hope this finds you well!

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  7. Hey there budgie,
    Just poking my nose out a bit from inside the warmth to say you a cheery hi. Sorry to hear about your friend Jon. Still thinking of you just as much.
    xxx

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