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Taking a Break

Seaside is calling me,
maybe I'll be gone for a 
week or two.
Speak to you all soon.


rebecca said…
i can just see you in those sun-flower glasses!!!
may your travel be richly fulfilling.

much love goes with you!!!
miss*R said…
the sea side is brilliant. if you are feeling blue - remember that at the moment.. the Moon is dark, it is a very strong Moon energy this time plus lots of other energies in the Universe are happening and many of us feel the same way.. makes me feel normal - :)
enjoy your time away.. missing you already xoxo
Spadoman said…
Wouldn't you know it? The day I decide to stop over and visit you when it ISN'T Haiku Friday, you're away. Oh well, that's my luck. Hope you have a great time. I'll stop back again when you're home.

deb did it said…
allow the seaside to love you back...I know you must love it as much as I do!
Boonie S said…
Hope you have a great time at the seaside. I'm looking forward to visiting again when you arrive back.
Cool sunglasses by the way....

All the best, Boonie
Kat Sloma said…
Love those shades! I hope you had a great break. I did! :)
jo©o said…
Welcome back, when you get back Sue.
any day now?

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