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Pink Saturday

After last Saturday I have been so excited to participate in Pink Saturday with Beverly at How Sweet the Sound again!!  Thanks to all visited and left me such sweet comments.  It was incredible!! I met so many wonderful people and was amazed while visiting some of the other participants.  I discovered that PINK really does promote happiness!!
   I have thought all week about what I could share this week.  My pink recipe really did not turn out as well as I would of hoped!  So luckily I received a sweet surprise on Friday.  Two sweet friends showed up at my door with lunch and this:
Imagine my joy when I opened up the adorable boxes and found:
Pink cupcakes!! (actually 6 of them)
How sweet and perfect was that. 
It was so fun to have a quick very delicious lunch and talk for a moment. It was such a wonderful gesture and just made my day!!
For the past week I have been getting flowers everyday.  They have been difference colors and fragrances.  One day they smelled like raspberries and vanilla another. Blue one day and Pink the next.
My sweet five year old brought me these every morning.  It has been such a nice way to start my day!!
Last weeks challenge was to visit another blog that you haven't before. Since it was my first week I found there were so many incredible posts and people I had a hard time picking.  Here is a couple. 
Kellee @The Katillac Shack: I loved her everlasting Gobstopper choker. Genius!
Lottie @ My Blue Cottage: Her pink shell lamp is adorable and I loved the story that went with it!!
and SO MANY MORE incredible PINK blog posts!!
Now go and check out all the PINK at over at PINK SATURDAY!!

Comments

  1. Flowers every day? That's so nice. Bet those pink cupcakes didn't last long. They look yummy. Happy Pink Saturday!

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  2. Hi Tiffanee,
    What could be sweeter than pink cupcakes? You have lovely friends! Happy Pink Saturday and have a wonderful weekend.

    Bessings,
    Sandi

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  3. Pink cupcakes, Oh My!!!! my favourite. Happy Pink Saturday!
    PS I gave you a shout out on my blog

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  4. How great of your friends to bring by Pink Cupcakes and all the other great goodies. Happy Pink Saturday!

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  5. Happy Pink Saturday! I came by way of Our Back Porch. I enjoyed your post! I've only been posting on Pink Saturday, what 3 or 4 times now. It's a lot of fun. I have yet to view all posts ... it's quite a list. I didn't think I had much pink - but have found out I do, more than I really knew. Thanks, Jenn <><

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  6. What sweet friends! The cupcakes sure look yummy!

    Hugs,
    Jacalyn
    www.rmeboutique.com

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  7. Oooooo, those cupcakes looked wonderful. Yummmm.
    Happy Pink Saturday,have a great weekend.

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  8. Happy Pink Saturday!! Those are good friends when they come bearing pink cupcakes!!

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  9. Love your PINK.....I have another few free hours to visit new blogs and catch up with friends... One of my favorite past times. Hope you will stop by mine. This is my ONE YEAR Blog Anniversary and there are LOTS of prizes everyday this week and next....I am celebrating the entire month.
    Teresa
    http://teresa-grammygirlfriend.blogspot.com/

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  10. Hi Tiffanee, welcome to PS. What a sweet surprise from your friends and your little one, sounds like a truly wonderful week.

    HPS
    Gail - Decorating My Tin Shack

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  11. Cupcakes look yummy. Happy Pink Saturday.

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  12. Happy Pink Saturday! I love cupcakes at all times. Just made a batch of coconut ones for a party yesterday! Thanks for stopping by my place, ddna!

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  13. Pink cupcakes are the BEST!! What sweet friends you have. And what a precious five year old you have, to bring you flowers each day! Happy Pink Saturday.

    Back Porch Blessings,
    Rebecca

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  14. Just two words: Pretty and YUM!

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

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