Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Hello Jo, what beautiful photo's! I love this time of year when everything is turning green and the shrubs and flowering tree's are in bloom or just starting. Everything is so fresh. I hope you have a wonderful Sunday...take care. Maura
I do love flowering trees... thank you for sharing! Larry
I alway's love coming to your peaceful beautiful blog. Thank you for sharing it.I wish I could go see England it has alway's been a dream of mine. Maybe some day.Love ya,Debbie
Really lovely flowering trees. Slowly spring is moving east.Sunny :)
Naw - I'm not stoppin... I hope you are not old enough to remember that (I wawnt tek me cawt off - I'm not stoppin) Tennessee! I am impressed, only getting as far as Corfu, but the island is at least green all the year round. (boring eh?) I miss the snow,and the snowdrops, the Autumn colours, the occasional days of Summer sun, the fields of barley, the bluebell woods, of devon..... 3 sugars and almost no milk please.
Ah, spring! Trees thick with flowers and pollen. Bees busy about their business!
Stunning!!! I will be away for a while so I will have to catch up in a couple of weeks, and see Tennessee in full bloom! As for the Coyote! What a great privilege to have such a wild animal venture into your world like that. And don't worry about the cat, With a name like that he will be able to fend for himself. All the best for now, Kipling.
today your blog is screaming SPRINGTIME! love all the photos.I am suffering from blog clog and no inspiration for bloggin, I am not ignoring you. if I am not here every day I will be back.
blossoming trees is one of the things I love MOST about spring. Ours aren't close to blooming yet here up north, but I am definitely waiting!!
Wow! What gorgeous trees. I have the same thing happening here in the PNW, everything is blooming, but they are different here than you are showing me there in Tennessee!
They are all so beautiful. Our bloomers will be out in a couple of weeks. Red bud will be the first to bloom.
Beautiful Tennessee. I love and miss it.Sandra, I like the term blog clog. We all get it now and then.
Tennessee is a beautiful State in Spring.Patsy
Yes---our state is gorgeous in Spring, Jo... Our dogwoods are just barely getting started.. But the Bradford Pears are almost finished blooming.... Oh Well..Great pictures. Thanks!Hugs,Betsy
Tennessee is absolutely beautiful in the Spring (and during the other seasons as well!).
I can see Tennessee is doing its own version of the happy dance. Fabulous photos Jo.
What wonderful photos!Virginia is lovely now, too, but although our Bradford pears, forsythia, and crabapple are mostly leaves now, the dogwoods, red buds, azaleas, and apple trees are blooming!I'm a Tennessee native and appreciate the beauty there!
Oh, that's lovely. The May is coming out here in Dorset. Everything is looking so fresh and full of promise.
I absolutely love the purple trees.
Love your photos. Iowa has come out of the deep freeze too and spring has 'officially' started according to the kids. There is always a HUGE pile of snow at a local strip mall and as long as it remains, spring hasn't started. Today, spring has started. ALL of the snow is gone. Love your pics, the cats and mother nature's beauty.
Wow those are great photos...and beautiful in bloom...I really love Tennessee in the spring...
Gorgeous. I am very patiently waiting for our baby Redbud to bloom. Maybe next year. All the others in our neighborhood look great.
Isn't Tennessee BEAUTIFUL in spring??!?!?
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