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February 27, 2013


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Merisi in Vienna

Thank you this very beautiful virtual photo gallery!
Paz's "Four chickens and a pig" had me laugh out loud. ;-)


Thank you, dear Simona for hosting this week's lineup and including me. I always enjoy everyone's photo contributions.

Merisi: LOL! I'm glad you got a good laugh! Heh heh heh! :-D

Paz xoxo

Meena Selvakumaran

loved the elegant dining room and the kitchen.enjoyed participating in the event.


Very nice gallery, Simona. Thanks for the show. I *do* like those dividers - very elegant. I've been using a repeating tilda for ages. ; )


I really like the page divider! I believe you have set the standard for future BWW's. Lovely gallery-thanks for hosting!


Simona, you read my mind about the page divider as I was going to ask you where you got it! :-)
And Lynne is definetely right, it will mark a change in future galleries :-)
Thanks again for hosting, this week is being very interesting, various, funny, lovely, super! ;-)


Simona ti sono arrivate una bella serie di foto e mi piacciono i tuoi cappellini I LOVE COOKING ^__^ adesso vado subito a rubare qualche divisorio dal tuo link, grazie di avercelo mostrato!!! bacio Marta

Simona Carini

Thanks to all of you for the kind words. I am glad you like the gallery (and the dividers :).

Martissima, ne ho riportata a casa una. Ammetto che non la indosso quando cucino ;)


wonderful entries!enjoyed seeing them.

Simona Carini

Thank you, Princy!

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