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Green Day

Posted by Claudia Moser on 11:19 AM in ,

The view from office

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17 Comments


Dearest Claudia,

Oh, view from the office; you must be a lovely working lady♬♬♬
Lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*


Da lässt es sich bestimmt gut arbeiten, Bänkchen im Schatten...

Lieben Gruß und Sonne im Herzen
CL


@Cloudy - genau so!
@Diane - sorry I did delete per mistake your message, do apologise


Lovely view - how do you ever get any work done?


I would love to be sitting on one of those benches. Lovely!


Can just imagine you sitting on those benches
and drinking

COFFEE
-Your favourite!!!

Happy weekend my friend.

x


Looks nice and sunny :)
xx

www.queenoffunkydiy.blogspot.com


What a lovely place to work.


I just came across your blog and I "LOVE" it :D
I am following you, you are welcome to follow me back if you want :)

xxx
http://abudhabifood.blogspot.com


Oh how Iove the green!
Karen


You are so lucky that you have such beautiful view from your office !I think when you are tired a small glance you will rest you !
Olympia


@Orchid - this view motivates me and relaxes me when stressed! I am quite blessed to have a view into the green!
@Izdiher - I agree :)
@Jabblog - by spending many hours in meetings or on business trips :)))
@Jill - sometimes I do and enjoy the birds
@Fiona - usually I drink coffee while watching the bench :) how did you guess?
@Tara- it is most of the time
@Luan - my office is not that inviting :)
@Loly - thank you and welcome
@Karen - so do I
@Oldthings - so true, indeed!


Great pictures and lovely food


@Inge - thank you!


Green Day is a song which makes you crazy when you will listen this song, I really love this song and I am too much crazy for this song. So thankful to you for posting this blog.


@Kanchan - in my case it is about photography with a theme!

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