Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
You sure did get a good lot of snow! We are on the Western side of the snow and just got a little ground cover, on top of the ice. Your pictures are really pretty! I wonder if it will still be here for Christmas?
I've been taking during and after photos at our house. I might post some later today.
The snow pictures are so lovely Jo.Especially love the birdhouse on the sink. Keep warm.
so beautiful !
I'm so glad you all got some snow too. It's pretty uncommon to have this much snow before Christmas even here in Ohio, so I know it's a real treat there in Tennessee. Enjoy it and your pictures are beautiful.Cindy
your fence that i love so much, looks as good in the snow as in thesummer. beautiful
Unexpected snow here this morning and it's just stopped. The grass is covered and the trees and evergreens are picture perfect!Yes, birdseed is out for our feathered little friends.Enjoy the warmth of indoors and the beauty of looking outdoors!Hugs!
Awesome photos. Have a warm and happy day.
We're buried in snow! It does add a festive feel, doesn't it? :)
No snow in Colorado; not on the eastern plains anyway. La Nina brings us cold, dry winds. Since September only 1.5 inches in Denver. Last year we had 37.5 by this time. Enjoy your winter wonderlands. cheers. ann
We have no snow but it is cold.
Some opened the freezer door in TN --and left it open. It's about 12 degrees RIGHT now--and snowing again. We have about 6 inches up here. It's pretty but very cold.Beautiful pictures, Jo... Be careful--and stay WARM.Hugs,Betsy
Thes now looks so pretty. I love your fences with the wheel in front. So pretty. That Charlie Brown tree could not be cuter. It’s so warm and inviting. Love it!Amy
The snow does look very pretty. It's the bitter cold that have me thinking thoughts of Spring!
Wonderful pictures--it is snowing here also N.Y. Think I will go out and photograph some bird house pictures also thanks to you Sherron
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