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A Window of JOY




Sun-drenched ~ Sun-quenched  ~ Sun-satiated

All adds up to
a window
of
JOY

Sharing the Joy Thursday
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Comments

Miss Robyn said…
anything with chocolate in it spells JOY to me!
Meri said…
Nice graphics. . . and it makes me think about a store window I saw in Wales, a lingerie store, with the sign "Smile if you've had an orgasm." I was somewhat startled....
rebecca said…
your friendship fills me like the sun!

xoxoxoxo
Jann Olson said…
I say, as long as we are blissfully happy while finding our bliss all is well. What fun graphics. Thanks so much for visiting my blog. Three acres, wow. I sometimes wish I had a bigger garden so I could plant more. But by the time I'm through caring for my little 1/3 of an acre I find myself a bit tired. Gettin old I guess. Seriously though, if you want some seeds I'd be glad to send you some. Just let me know. I'm sure I'll have plenty to share.
Stephanie said…
This sunset looks like mocha light with all the graphics of chocolate in my head!

have a lovely weekend!
Sun-sational Sun-mer! A sun-drenched day on the boardwalk is definitely joyful!

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