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Wordless Wednesday - Dreaming of sun

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:06 AM in , ,


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What a beautiful scene for Wordless Wednesday this week. Yes, I'm dreaming about the sun as well, because we certainly haven't got it here at the moment! :( Still, as you said on facebook, we must think positive thoughts and bring the sunshine into our own lives!!


A very peaceful scene!
-Laura


have a great day


I'm dreaming of rain. We are in such a drought.


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*dream*


Beautiful! Looks like somewhere I'd love to spend an afternoon.


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Dearest Claudia,
Oh, yes; it is raining outside now and dreaming of sun as well p;) I LOVE the soothing "vortex (hope the right word)" of the water♡♡♡

Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*


It's winter here and I am so dreaming of the sun.


That is a lovely picture - I bet it is even lovelier when the sun is shining. :)

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