Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lovely garden, you have a frogs they are rare here.Merle............
Beautiful pics! What is that blue flower? Looks like a blue pointsetta...
Rian: the blue/purple flower is a Clematis vine, Oftentimes depending on the light it looks more blue than purple.~Jo
I am jealous, you have a frog. We had a Toad once but after the initial sighting it was never seen again. I would love to see more aquatics come in.I always think the geese are realJanice
I love seeing your yard! It is so beautiful, and peaceful. One of my favorite things in your yard to the old sink attached to the little shed. My nephew has several (he is a plumber) :) I've just never been to pick one out. Of course, here, it would never look as beautiful as yours does.
Your yard and flowers have me drooling. The clematis could not be any more lovely. May is certainly looking lovely in your part of the country.
I have been long absent from my blogger reading list but after watching a movie with plaintive music similar to what I have heard here I came looking. Google offered this cached edition with no music here I am appreciating a Welsh castle (my own heritage) and your lovely serene landscape. Happy Sprintime!~Sami from www.pontysporch.blogspot.com where I have been past negligent.
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