Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
How beautiful!! I am a homebody almost to a fault. I will find any excuse to NOT leave my homestead. If my husband won't grocery shop for me, for whatever reason, I have subscribed to Shipt-dot-com and have the groceries delivered to me. It might sound like I'm being lazy but it's quite the contrary. I just love being home and quite honestly don't like much of humanity that's "out there". My beautiful friendships I have with my online friends is more than enough for me. ((((((((hugs))))))) Lovingly, Andrea xoxo
Jo, It is fun and exciting to travel around...but we are always happy to come home...because that's where the love is. .:):) Blessings to you, xoxo, Susie
I like that, If I had, it could be so true for me.God planted me here.
That quote is so true. I traveled the world over but find myself happiest right here in my own home town. :-)
This is so true! Your flowers are beautiful in your last post "Bee-ing-Busy. We have actually seen a honey bee or two this summer. That's a good thing. :)
Oh, so true! A beautiful post! I also enjoyed, and agree with, the other comments from readers. There's just no place like home!
Lovely post!Great pics!
I love to travel. I love getting away and experiencing the new and different but each time I come home, with each passing year, my return is that much sweeter.
Beautiful photos.I love traveling, but it always feels so good to return home.Wonderful blog.GreetingsMaria Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco
A little bit of English style hanging around you shelves. I really do like it.
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