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 BEACH
FARMERS MARKET
WATERFRONT PARK

I am going to catch up on all of your blog posts that I have missed. In case you have not heard from me I have been in Charleston. It was my last hoorah for the summer time. Now i'm officially ready for sweaters, boots, smores over the fire, snow, and colder weather! How about you?

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  1. looks like you had a great time, beautiful pictures!

    xxVee, The Avenue Vee

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  2. Hey you are looking good! Love the pictures.

    Oh yes, I'm ready for Summer to end. But we have a lot of
    work to do before that happens. Some harvest left and planting
    Winter wheat.
    Love, Joann xxxx

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    1. Thank you, goodluck on the harvest and planting!

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  3. seems relaxing enough :)



    Lucy
    http://yaksonhouse.blogspot.kr

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  4. Amazing pics!!!

    http://estilohedonico.blogspot.pt/

    xoxo

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  5. Looks like you had a great time! I'm sort of excited for fall fashions, but I just can't part with the warm weather! :)

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  6. Beautiful summer inspiration, great trip!!!
    Have a nice day!!
    http://aprettylife13.blogspot.hu/

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  7. gorgeous photos, looks like you had an amazing time!!!! xO!
    www.thehautecookie.com

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  8. great photos !! have a follower from Spain :) I follow your me?
    http://littlegirlinheels.blogspot.com.es/

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    1. thats awesome, would love to follow you. Thanks!

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  9. Photos are perfect, i like this post!

    Def i have to follow!

    I hope u will do the same ;-)
    donnaiveh.blogspot.sk

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