Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
I just love it! This post tickled me with great delight!!! Love your blog!
What a lovely place to be with Me my self and I.Are there real places like this in the world?
I read your little poemAnd I began to cryBecause you didn't inviteMe, myself and II hope your weekend is as delightful as your pictures...a real wonderland.☼ Sunny
that is my kind of tea party, a beautfiful spot and me, myself and I.
Hello Jo! What a sweet poem and I love the photo's especially the lion's head fountain and the stone tub. I hope if and when I get back over to England that I get wonderful pictures like these. It looks as though my sister will be coming over here from England this fall..haven't seen each other since 99! I'm keeping my fingers and toes crossed that it all works out. Enjoy your day and your weekend....Maura :)
Beautiful pics and charming poem! I wish the two of us could be sharing tea together in such a charming spot!!Lots of love,Susan and Bentleyxxoo
Bet you miss England this summer --since it's so bloomin' hot here, Jo.... I would rather be most anywhere else!!!! haCute little tea party... What time do I need to get there? ha ha Hugs,Betsy
Just exactly my kind of tea party! Too sweet for mere words....Have a super weekend Jo!Tina xo
Just love your wonderful poems, and this one brightened my day (or night as it is now).Your garden is a magic place. Love the fountain.Have a great weekend.
What a beautiful little tea party! I think I've got a couple of friends of mine who might be able to attend mine, too. Thanks for the inspiration, and the lovely little part of the universe that you create.
What a delightful little poem and lovely, inviting garden pictures.Ta!Hugs!
Oooh..that's a beautiful spot! We just recently bought a fountain for our yard...I just love to hear the sound of it!
The three of you had a wonderful setting for your tea party. Me, myself and I often carry on fascinating conversations.
Oh, so delightful!!!
Lovely tea party and gorgeous pictures. Where do you find them, I wonder? There is nothing like tea on the lawn with the scent of lavender wafting in the breeze, is there.Blessings, Star
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