Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
This my idea of bliss Jo
I completely agree with Paul Sweeney's quote! I have my favorite authors that I follow, and when they produce a new book, I rush out to get it on the day it hits the shelves. Then, when I'm finished reading it, I actually get a little sad that it's over!Love your beautiful pictures! Viewing them was a lovely treat on this snowy morning!
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I subscribe to the English Garden mag & have long decided I have the English blood in me as the pictures of the tall hollyhocks,bee balm,& other old fashioned flowers are part of my soul.I love your pictures,have to pick up these books,they would be nice to dream by on this snowy day in Pa.phylliso
Beautiful post Jo! Have a warm and lovely weekend! XOXO
I feel so bereft if I don't have at least one good book on my bedside table. And yes, a cozy place to read is also important. Your places are always like finding a peaceful haven.
I could very happily walk through the door of that English cottage and nest for a bit. Perfect reading for a cold snowy day.Love,Susan and BentleyxxooPS Happy to know you share my passion for horses!
Nothing better on a cold, wintery day than to sit by the fire with a warm blanket while reading a GREAT book. Thanks Jo for the great pictures!We have a little more snow here this morning--just a dusting but pretty.Hugs,Betsy
Nesting is good, Have a happy Saturday.Patsy
It sounds like the perfect way to spend a wintry day.
One can look at a lot of old friends and drink a lot of tea when we have such a long winter. I enjoy seeing historic interiors. I picked up one to look at the other day at the bookstore, and a very historic mansion that hand seen some hard years was slowly being brought back from being an 8 family apartment.
Couldn't live without my books Jo. Have you ever read any of Miss Read's books?Loved your pictures.Blessings, Star
Yea verily. A good book, comfy blanket, hot chocolate and cookies. What better way to spend a cold winters night :)
Hi Jo...Nice to find your blog and visit for a while.Books are a vacation on paper...Love them.Decided to "follow" your sweet blog.Very serene and happy here, Best wishes to you in this month of LOVE...xoxo~Kathy @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...Stop in anytime...would love to see you!
That's my kind of day today Jo. Nothing better than curling up in a blanket with a good book and a hot drink on a snowy day.
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