Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Take your time to mourn..We will all think of you!and Oliver!Many hugs to you Dear!Anita
Will miss you and your beautiful photos and blog. I'll ramble around among the old ones. Never get tired of them. You need a break. Hope it's a good one for you, and soothing. You are appreciated.
Hugs to you my friend. Jo, I truly understand. Just know we care. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
Take all the time you need dear friend. Know that we'll be here if you need us. The photo of the lone gate says it all. Here's a big hug from Pogo and me, Edna B.
(((((Jo)))))We will be here when you get back.You take care now.
I've dropped by your blog several times but never commented before. I enjoy the photos of your home, plants, furry friends and all the commentary, quotes and poems. I guess I love it all...sort of a tranquil, sweet place in a crazy world. Thank you. I'm so very sorry for your loss of Oliver. Sending Hugs and Prayers your way~Kristie
Sometimes when we lose one we love it takes time to get our feet back under us and to feel like focusing on normal things again. You and Tom Tilly need time to heal.Years ago, after our 17 year old cat, Max, died, both my husband and I would see very quick glimpses of him in the hallway. Only one time did my husband and I think we saw him at the same time, but it happened many times to both of us. Just a fleeting glimpse. That went on for about a year or so, and then we didn't see any glimpses of him anymore.For three or four years our Fuzzy Pomeranian would stop in his tracks and wait, expecting old Max to jump out from behind the couch and try to claw him.
Silence is sometimes golden. Silence and reflection. Here's to Oliver.
Feel better and rest. My puppy of 12 years passed away at the beginning of the Pandemic. It was heartbreaking and still is. They say it gets easier with time. For now just do you...This sadness will pass. I send you a big virtual hug <3 Be well...Kelly
My heart breaks for you, Grief is a hard task, but it's part of living, when we love big, we grieve big, too.
Take care. You'll be missed while you are gone.
Keep well. We will wait
Understandable... you need some healing serenity to find your moorings again. A prayer from this corner of TN that your peace and joy will be restored soon. Will miss your inspiring presence.
When you are feeling then you can put the kettle on. Would it be okay if I had coffee instead of tea?Take as long as you need to grieve your beloved Oliver. You will be missed but everyone will understand. God bless you and your family!
I will miss your blogs for the time being!! Having lost a husband and many animals I understand. Whatever made you lose your mojo let it come back soon.
Jo, I've sure thought about you lately. My heart breaks for you. I was just looking at Tom-Tilly in your last post. It's so sad. I'll be watching for you to come back. Take care.
Take all the time you need. I will miss your beautiful posts. I am so sorry for your loss. Saying a prayer for you.
I will miss your beautiful posts. Stay well.
Sadly, I know the feeling. Take care, sweet lady.
I hope your time away is a blessing to you.
Thinking of you!
Dear Jo, I am a newcomer to this very special blog. I love your beautiful photographs. Hope you come back soon. Take good care of yourself.
I look forward to your return,
Thinking of you.All the best Jan
Regroup with the attitude that you deserve the rest. Time seems to heal things that we have no control of and quietness lets God do some patching up of wounds.
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