A Weekend Well-Lived

As seen through the eyes of my iPhone…


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{Sand between our toes}

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{The cast of characters}

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{Appetizers and wine~aka dinner }

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{Laugh Out Loud! Little Old Ladies! Lots of Love! Love Our Life! Lollygagging!}

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{Homage to the ocean}

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{A beautiful mess}

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{Just plain silly}

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{It always pays to look up, especially when you’re

under a beautiful chandelier}

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{Portrait of a happy hour, before going out to celebrate a special birthday}

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{The Birthday Princess}

photo (51){The Birthday Girl crown}

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{The Birthday Cake~aka Lemon Meringue Pie}

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{Scenes from a stroll around town}

photo (47){Downtown Dog}

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{Fresh blooms}

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{Beautifully painted blooms}

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{Breakfast (OJ and frothy latte) Lunch (Chardonnay) Dinner (Martini)}

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{Peaceful Morning}

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{These boots are made for shoppin’)

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 {From eyes to mouth to thighs}

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{Love your life…}

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{Our future’s so bright, we gotta wear shades}


One Response to A Weekend Well-Lived
  1. Therese Fowler-Bailey
    May 1, 2013 | 10:29 am

    Beautiful gals with great Joy of Living It UP! Love your Colorful Journal Jodie

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