Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
No doubt Oliver is waiting to have a word with himhaha.......look at that sunshine, that is one happy cat.Janice
That's a gorgeous coloured catopuss!
"Discovered" your blog listed at Henny Penny Lane, and loving your writings and pictures. All of my ancestors came here from England in the 1700's and I hope that I can visit there at some point in my life. You live in a beautiful state, Tenn. where we have vacationed many times through the years. Looking forward to reading more on your blog. Blessings, Carolyn in Florida
Just stumbled into your blog - the name caught my eye. What lovely, lush, photographs; so rich!
Hello Carolyn lovely to meet you. I tried returning the visit but wasn't able to find your blog, and maybe you are not a blogger?Thank you for the kind comments, and yes Tennessee is a beautiful green and lush state, reminding me of my homeland, and the people are the friendliest, and kindest. Hope you are having a lovely week, there in the Sunshine state.Jo
Cats are not happy to share mine own my house and only share with me because I feed them.Merle..............
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