Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
That is a beautiful picture, I believe the sun is shining in it.... I have not seen sunshine in so long I think I have forgotten. I also live in Tennessee BTW and I had a similar scene outside my house last night.
What a lovely house, just perfect!
Yes, I agree, it is a beautiful picture and would lend me to wonderful dreams, too...
Aah, you are making me homesick :)
I've never been to England, Jo, but when I think of the homes there, your picture is what I think of... Gorgeous home!!!!!Did you get much snow? We got snow last night--but it changed to rain --and all melted. Now--it's getting cold again... SO???? Who knows!!! haHugs,Betsy
It is such a beautiful scene and wonderful house. The gardens would be so fun to visit.
Would I love to ramble in that garden today...it's a lovely home. As is your blog.cheerskarenxxoo
I would love to live in a place like that. Maybe in my dreams :)
I grew up in an old cottage like this, it was part of a Manor House in Bucks and gorgeous. I was very lucky.
I wish my house looked like that. I think maybe I'm living in the wrong country.
PO take me there today, now!
And me as well. So beautiful!
Beam me there, Scottie! That home and its garden are what dreams are made of.I think I'll have to get my David Winter homes out of their cabinet and play with them. Snow again today, so I may play with only the spring garden cottages!Thanks for the lovely picture!
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