Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside. Lover of old, time-worn, and antique. Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-nurturer.
Jo, I wish I was in the armchair reading the Wind In The Willows. I also thought, snails would be gristly or chewy when cooked. Like you, I'd rather not find out. It is fun to see old recipes.
Enjoyed my visit!Juliewww.ridingaside.blogspot.com
I have always wanted to crawl inside that sweet little cottage. So charming!Love,Susan and Bentleyxxoo
precious little cottage and i love the door handle open on the fireplace on your side bar, also the teapot
Very cozy! Love his little bed!
Such a cozy and comfy place to sit. I want one!!
We need more stories about charming. I just read the news paper and it is a real downer.So happy to have blogs like yours to read.Patsy
The Wind and the Willows is one of my favorites--Your blog reminds me of that--Just lovely...sigh...
One of my favourite childrens books and yes I would love to live in that perfect little house somedays.
I just found your blog. How charming. I love coziness and cats. The wind in the willows book is that a color version. I would love to have one with those illustrations in them. Have a great day!
What I see in this illustration is a bed in a closet - in Holland they used to have those in previous centuries, and when it was very cold one could close the doors of the closet! Did they have those bed also in England?
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