Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
This cold weather isn't something one thinks they will find in TN, right? Not this early, anyway. Definitely time to nest!Have a good night!
I would only add that a cold night is also perfect for sitting in front of a roaring fire in the fireplace.
Indeed! Enjoy the lovely twinkling lights and the fragrances that add magic to the cold nights!Hugs!
i am feeling oh so cozy and warm looking out your window after i entered through the open door.
With the cold weather we have had this week, I thank God for the roaring fires we have in our fireplace. AND--I thank George also--since he keeps the fires going for us!!!!Have a good day, Jo.Hugs,Betsy
Yes and I love nesting, don't you. I'm definitely a cold weather person. I suppose it's what you are used to. I love your picture today. Looks very cosy through the window.Blessings, Star
I guess I need to take down my fall door hang. Are you looking for snow?
I love nights like that...oh so cozy!
OOOH, is that a peek into your house or potting shed? Whatever it is, I love the effect!
Your post is so peaceful especially with the music and the falling snow. Just beautiful!Cindy
This is lovely!I'll have a cup of tea to go with this, please.
Hello Jo! What a wonderful photo...I love old windows. I'm still waiting for snow...looks like we may get some on Saturday. If so I will have my camera ready :) Enjoy your Friday!Maura :)
Oh yes! Perfect. What movies did you watch?
Perfect evening!Love,Susan and Bentleyxxoo
I am nesting...I am nesting
Same here! Come on over Sunday and see our Christmas nest!Lovely picture and music!Your are a truly romantic soul!xoxo V.
I love being outside, but I do like being closed in protected from the wind and snow and cold. It is like a time to rest from all the garden and yard work.
Ooh, a time to nest sounds soooo lovely. Ahhh. And I see you did indeed finish those Christmas cards. Good for you! :)
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