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08 April 2006


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He said "love"

And made promises.

'If things were different,if time stood still.Then maybe we could be.'

I felt it too :)

How romantic this painting!

Ohhh such sensuality... Those French men have a way of stealing hearts with no words said... Lucky you Corey!

What a wonderful response to this challenge! Beautifully done and so perfect!

Romantic responses so far, but I think he's saying, "Are you gonna eat that?"

Oh Corey...I'm blushing!

Oooh...how very intriguing!

Delicious post!

one word! sweet!

I think I need to move to France . . .

I really think the Jane Austin style of writing is so much more romantic, words going round in circles conveying an innocence you won't find today.

Such eloquence...How enchanting and sensual...I must visit France someday, I really must!

painted lips you say?
that changes everything!
a different kind of kissing going on... oh you French!! How many ways to describe kissing do you have?!

Perfectly witty and sensual. I like that you've chosen two views with eyes and two with just lips, although each one is mysterious. Who knows what he's thinking...

thank you for visiting and commenting! your blog/life is absolutely wonderful. je reviendrai souvent.

oooow. Sexy!


wow!...i feel this one!

he looks with desire...wow!

sublime sensuality!

wow. Judy kiss kiss

WOW! kiss kiss kiss. Judy

Awesome job!...

beautiful, sensual, intriguing!! i love this series!!

Thanks for participating at Inspire Me Thursday!

Too funny, i saw your comment about the French translation of Happy Easter and you are married to a frenchman. You could be right, I took the little sign over the girls heads to mean Happy Easter.
ooops, great site, great artwork and photos, I will be back.

This is an amazing response for IMT.

Corey, this is incredible! I'm impressed to say the least. I "feel" this painting.

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