Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Well said! I also love Fall. I am certain it is because my birthday happens to be on the first day of Fall most years and guess what this happens to be one of those years!P.S. I love your pictures. They take me on a journey every time I see them.
AB-SO-LUTELY beautiful - words AND picture.
AB-SO-LUTELY beautiful -- words AND pictures
Please do put the kettle on..Earl Grey..hot.
Yes, I to love the fall weather, with the smell of the fresh air and the odd fire place or bon fire burning. The colors of the trees and the cool breeze that carries an echo of the country side around us !
super capture of the breeze, I can almost feel and smell it. beautiful porch. I just said yesterday i wish I could step out side and smell cool air with out humidity. months more for us, enjoy your breezes
I to am looking for atumnal equinox. It has just been so hot and dry this August.Patsy
What a pleasant day to spend sitting on the porch!! Your picture of billowing curtains says it all.I love Autumn, too, but was a springtime baby. Go figure!Hugs!
Fabulous photograph. I am so looking forward to teh fall weather as well. I have half done exterior shutters I need to finish painting that have been languishing over the summer humidity :)
This has been a gorgeous week for sure here in TN, Jo.... BUT--I'll bet this is just a tease and that we'll get more hot weather before Fall officially gets here... WELL--that being said, I'll take the 'tease' anyday!!!!Great picture.Hugs,Betsy
That photo reminds me of a dream I had many years ago and still hold dear in my heart. I too love the Autumn (even though I was born in March)for some reason I get all nostalgic and filled with irony, strange but I like it! Have a wonderful weekend Jo.Tina xo
I to love the fall,and I also love the winter to..but most of all I know as fall and winter comes that means my son will be closer to coming home from Afghanistan...take care Jo,beautiful post and pictures..
My birthday's in October and I feel the same as you - it is my favourite season. Over here in England we are having autumnal weather already. Today we had cool refreshing winds and the leaves started blowing. The elderberries are turning black and blackberries are ripening in the hedgerows. It's coming....you can feel it.Loved your post.Blessings, Star
What a touching poem... and the picture.... I could just feel the breeze.... oh, heck, that's my fan. hehe.
What a pretty photo and a lovely poem. Glad you had such a great day. It's been a super one here too, with very little humidity. Fall is my time of the year. I welcome it and all its splendor. Enjoy the rest of your weekend Jo.An English Girl Rambles
You're not the only one looking forward to autumn. I've had enough of hot and humid and look forward to the opportunity to sit and enjoy the breeze on the deck.
Hello again Jo,I love Autumn. I love spring too but Autumn just seems to have that air of mystery about it. Maybe it's the anticipation of what the winter will be like...will there be lots of snow?...will it be a very cold winter?...did I do enough canning to get us by for the winter? Things to think about. I wish I could have my windows open like in your photo...living on the east side of a dirt road makes that impossible when the wind is out of the southwest as it is most of the summer. Believe me...when the wind changes direction the windows are all open if it's cool enough though! Have a wonderful day...Maura :)
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