Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
I love that bench. We don't have the katydid chorus or the barking dog, thank goodness. We do have a bull frog. With the air conditioning going,it's pretty quiet and it sure is going a lot. I still can't get cool.
What a beautiful spot to sit and enjoy nature.I just made one of the Summer Lemonade Pie that you gave us the recipe for. It tastes really good, but as soon as I took it out of the freezer, it started melting really fast. Is that supposed to happen? I had it in the freezer for about 4 hours.Kay
Mary Lou: Yes, barking dogs we have sveral close by...especially in the missle of the night.Kay: I've never had one to just melt away as soon as it is taken out of the freezer, did you use a 6oz lemonade ?I'll look into this a little further.
Hi Jo, The best sound I hear in summer is that of the baby birds up in the trees.... Such a sweet sound. The other sound I hear is that of a golf ball being hit --and a cart driving by on the cart path.... (I like hearing the birds better!!!! ha)Hugs,Betsy
Fantastic photo.Darryl and Ruth : )
Moma and grandma sitting on the bench, while children run through the grass chasing lightening bugs at dusk!Thanks for the memory.
The bug songs and peepers are so loud right now. I wonder what it would be like to sleep outside (under netting) at night with this loud chorus?
You paint a lovely picture with your words...the bench is fantastic.☼ Sunny
What a great picture, what a great seat.
How inviting. Perfect place to just sit and daydream.
Oh Jo what a lovely spot under the tree on that bench, it really would be the perfect finish to any day!Tina xo
Lovely! I hope there's a delightful cool breeze blowing where the bench is set.My AMIL and I each enjoy going out to sit on our porches at night just to listen to whoever is singing in the chorus! It's all about showing up and listening...Hugs!
Those night-time serenades can be magical can't they Jo? What a lovely spot to sit for a while and listen to them. Quite magical! Have a great weekend.An English Girl Rambles
a thing of beauty to behold, is a bench that is really old. love it
I stopped by your beautiful blog. What scenes of tranquility in the midst of the craziness - thanks for sharing.Annwww.cozyintexas.blogspot.com
You were right about that old hornworm.FunnyPatsy
Love that bench...looks like England to me. We don't have the Katydids yet but I'm sure it won't be long until they start up. They shut my husbands hearing aids off! Enjoy your weekend...Maura :)
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