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Saturday

Posted by Claudia Moser on 6:58 PM in
How much I love weekends! Mean to relax, to enjoy life and to share quality moments with the loved one. I had one of these days when I did everything which I wanted, had a nice haircut, a bit of copper in it, followed by coffee with a good friend, some lovely shopping (I will only say underwearand let your imagination in peace LOL), a bit of lunch, then some time at home, cooking (spicy thai curry) and. now some baking.No complaining from this girl, just smiles! I just hope that all of you are having as a great day as I did, worth working hard and looking forward for the weekend.

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11 Comments


Love your big smile! Thanks. So glad your weekend is going your way (happy). Hugs.


@Barb - yes smiling is my favourite activity today!


Hi Claudia ^_^
Glad to see you're having a nice and relaxing day!
I love seeing people smile!

Hugs
Eva


@Eva - yes smiling even more, Peter loves my chocolate pirogi :)


Yes, I love your big smile as well! What a wonderful day you have had. That's my kind of day!


@Diane - lucky girl I know ;)


I'm so glad you've had a lovely day after the travelling you've been doing.


Weekends are great! I'm watching a movie with my family called, "Money Ball" with Brad Pitt in it. It's very good. Tonight I'm going to spend the night at my moms.


Glad your having a great weekend, thanks for the smile I really need it at the moment X


What a perfectly delightful Saturday and your big smile says it all :) Hope today is as enjoyably relaxing.


@Sarah - yes, we had a great day and another one just started!
@Belle - oh! I wanted to see that one for a while.
@Luan - I can understand you very well!
@Desiree - missed you around here, I hope you are OK, thought of you a lot!

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