Very beautiful decoration! :)Léia
Young and all excited for the festival. St.Anthony certainly was a saint responsible for a lot of good things.
Cute young ladies. Nicely decorated door. Notice which I noted first! Do you celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Portugal, also?Re your comment on The Villages: I tend to be ironic, ironically on many occasions when irony is called for. :-)
@Lowell: No, we don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day.Irony! That's what I thought! :-))
these two pictures make a wonderful setgreetings from brusselsanni
This is going to be agood party, I can tell! :)
Fascinating door decoration and lovely portrait. I am sure to enjoy the rest of the posts...
this is such fun, jm. love the way you build our interest. can't wait to see what comes next.
The girls look great, nice of them to pose for you!
Beautiful young ladies! I can't wait to see more.
Love the way you are chronicling this festival by all the preparations!
Enjoy the colorful photos ... both of them. the girls' eye make up is pretty interesting, too.
i love their use of the garland. :)
Enjoying the colors in your photos and looking forward to the following chapters.
What a delightful capture, JM! And again, one can feel the excitement! I love it!Sylvia
Love their hair nets!
How colorful everything is!
surprenant les volets roses, tres kitch et beau portrait de ces deux demoiselles
Wow it looks like Christmas, what fun. Diane
La vie en rose ! Fabuleux !
The girls look like they are ready for the festivities.
I'm enjoying the build up JM, the two young ladies look lovely, I'm wondering what their costumes will look like.
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