Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
A delicious taste of summer. Such a beautiful and inviting picture.☼ Sunny
After all of the rain we have had this week, I'm ready for some sunshine and something refreshing to drink... I'll be there --just let me know when!!!! haHugs,Betsy
yes indeed. bring on the summer:)
What a lovely photo. So inviting. My daughter would appreciate the Jane Austin quote.An Arkies Musings
Today we have sunshine! I can join you with fun in the sun! Ready to play?
so lovely, that is all I can think of it.
I've had a beautiful change of scenery - and enjoyed some most precious times of "sitting"! Your picture here makes me long for more :)
Amen to Jane's words! I couldn't agree more, especially when it's hot and humid. The picture you've posted is so tranquil and inviting, too.I once heard reference made to "the sanctuary of shade" and it is certain that for everyone on hot days. Thanks be to God for the blessing of shade!Hugs!
Simply a lovely, sunny moment. Thank you.
That Jane Austen -- she knew her stuff. :-)Cass
Your photos make me catch my breath. I go to your blog for a peace-reset during my day sometimes.
Jane Austen was so right and today as I am ending my visit with my friend here in Pennsylvania, we added your lemonade, and that also made a perfect refreshment...
Looks like a lovely spot to just sit and while away a few hours.
She has a way with the words and you have a way with putting them together with the photos. I love that scene Jo, such an idyllic photo.
This is just the spot to go to for a peaceful day. I'll be right over.....Beautiful photo. You have such a lovely home.
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