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Tired & Tickled Pink

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving!! I spent mine working, but did come home to a great meal and some quick relaxation with my amazing family!  I then took a quick nap and back to work. Let's just say I am tickled PINK that I survived Black Friday!  Right now I am sitting on the beach, feeling the warmth of the sun and enjoying a beautiful PINK sunset!!
OK..not really but a girl has to dream! 
Happy Pink Saturday!
Don't forget to visit How Sweet the Sound for a great pink fix and
visit my new friend over at  Pinkbuttercreme. She is so creative and inspiring!!


  1. Nice sunset. Happy Pink Saturday. Hey, I'm having a give away!

  2. Glad you survived. No Black Friday here in Cabo, but that is fine. What a fabulous sunset picture. It is nice to dream! Enjoy your PS.

  3. Thanks for providing that brief escape to the beach....even for a dreamy moment!! :) Glad you survived Thanksgiving and Black Friday.....I didn't leave the house today and it was awesome!! Happy Pink Sat!! dana

  4. I am so sorry you had to work at a day like this! Hope next year you will a holiday too.

  5. What a beautiful sunset-think I'll join you:@)

  6. Beautiful sunset! Happy Pink Saturday!!!

  7. HaHa! We have similar posts. I was dreaming too. I think we're overtired from the holidays!
    Happy PS!

  8. I like THAT dream! Happy Pink Saturday! from California at last.

  9. Thanks for the follow Tiffanee! I'm following you right back. Looking forward to your recipes!

  10. That is so lovely especially the pink. Happy Pink Saturday.

  11. Happy Pink Saturday, gorgeous sunset! Have a wonderful week, Nan

  12. hi Tiffanee,
    what a lovely pic you have chosen for the PS post. great and inspiring!!
    I've so enjoyed my first visit to you blog and will sure be back again.
    Do pop over my blog if you have time. I love visits and mostly love making new blogging friends.
    Have a great week

  13. Sounds like we spent our Thanksgiving pretty much the same way! Thankful to be employed..ha!

  14. Ha! You're too funny. I really thought you were on a beach! I was so jealous.

    Lots of yummy love,
    Alex aka Ma What’s For Dinner

  15. Just love this picture!
    greetings from Holland,


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