labour day.

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today is labour day!!!

no, it is not a national holiday to celebrate birth, it is a day to celebrate worker’s rights. or, for us canadians, a day that signifies the last long weekend of the summer. or, in our case, an excuse to have the day off and watch a beautiful firework display! either way, everybody wins. :-)))

have a wonderful labour day everyone!

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  2. Lovely pictures! I completely missed that it was labour day as we don’t really celebrate it in Sweden! You and your husband look very cute together! =)

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  3. liagoesvintage

     /  09/04/2013

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         /  09/04/2013

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  4. Look like you had an awesome celebration! :D

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