Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
What a restful and lovely place you have.Tennessee ground sure can grow flowers.
Just lovely, as always. Such a wonderful place to visit. Or live. :-)
Oh Jo, it looks so pretty there. You've had more rain than we have.
Oh that looks so cool - as in the opposite of hot! I lost all my coneflowers a few years and I sure miss them. Yours are so pretty.
Jo, I love bees and butterflies. I never swat at them. It's pretty in your yard. Jo , I wish I could run like I used too. I more or less trot. LOL. My grandson tells me to stop running as I am not picking my feet up far enough to suit him. LOL. My ankles are still sore from Tuesday busy day. Takes me longer to get back to normal. Blessings, you are in my prayers. xoxo, Susie
Something I noticed (with my southern born eyes) up here in New Hampshire the lightning bugs are called fireflies (which took me almost forever to figure out were the same thing as lightning bugs) is that they are only around for the month of June! What a gipp (or however one spells that word that phonetically sounds like g.i.p.p.) Dragonflies are only around in July! At least we have crickets for the remainder of the summer into fall!
Beautiful photos...and what a great capture of that big butterfly!
Oh Wow, love all of your beauty and the bees as well. I bet they are even on the clover. We've got plenty of bees as well. Hope you have a nice week.
I absolutely love your garden. It looks very tranquil and beautiful. Love your bee photos. We've got tons of bumblebees now too.
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