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Satur-YAY :) (blog marathon post 25)

Today's post is a picture post for you:

First picture is a sketch I made the other day:



The next two pictures are from my day today. I had a very pleasant day. I went shopping with my daughter. Girls day out. We had so much fun.



 And then we walked into a bookstore---and we find this!



As you can see, I have had a Satur-YAY! :)

Happy me!!
How was your Saturday?
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  1. Saturdays and Sunday's are full of fun. After a hectic working schedule weekends rejuvenate an individual.

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  2. Weekends comes like blessings in mumbai,especially in monsoon,climate soothes me alot,sitting by the bay on nariman point,walking alone in the rain,thinking about life ,seeing different people.I have come a long way from the time i posted my first comment on your facebook page four years ago,and yeah i miss myself alot.

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  3. As I work 6 days a week, I get only Sunday as the 'weekend' :-) It is truly a blessing to have this day off so that I can do what I want and catch up on odds and ends. The sketch that you have posted in this blog is really wonderful. Happy to know you went shopping with your daughter and last but not the least, it is always a blessing to see your books on bookshelves whenever I visit the bookstore or airport! Take care! Have a great week ahead! :-)

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  4. Saturday is and always will be favourite day of the week

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  5. Saturday is and always will be favourite day of the week

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  6. Saturday is movie time for me when I am in room, this Saturday watched, The last song movie, it was awesome...

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  7. Saturday is movie time for me when I am in room, this Saturday watched, The last song movie, it was awesome...

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