Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lushness of the Tennessee countryside.
This is the most beautiful golden picture!I so enjoyed the story about your Grandmother's teapot. I use my mother's teapot to boil water, but it is not nearly as pretty as yours.
Yes, please. I'd love to join you in a cup of tea.:)I don't know how you do it, Jo. You always have the perfect words for those wondefrful photos!
That picture is stunning! Perfect capture of summer's gold. :-)
I bought a copper kettle (Revere) a few months ago at the Goodwill, it cost $24.00 at that time I thought it to be a bit pricey but now, I love it and its worth every penny. It shines like gold too!. thanks for your posts lovely lady. Maria
What a lovely scene, and I'm all for that cup of tea...but really need to turn in at this hour! ;-)
What a lovely, fantasy world shot!!!
I love summer's golden evening light.
Jo, I love this picture. You must have the soul of a poet...you always post the sweetest words. Blessings, xoxo,Susie
Such a beautiful picture and the words are just right.Thank you for sharing.Tasha T
A beautiful photo and words to describe it. Nice story about your kettle and loved seeing Tom.
You share the most beautiful images Jo, and the loveliest of words. Have a great week :)
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