Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
these flowers always make me think of pretty dancers, with skirts hanging down, so beautiful
Bumble, bumble! Not only are they industrious and useful, but they're darn pretty, too.
Beautiful flowers Jo!! Thank-you for reminding me that I need to go out and enjoy mine too!! I hope your week is off to a good start!
What enchanting images - are they from your garden?Thanks so much for your heartfelt comment over at GLP - yes, it's a very bizarre condition. Noona will now stay with us. The question of adoption is a complete joke here - litterally speaking. They are EVERYWHERE and NO-ONE is interested. I can't even begin to describe how frustrating it is. Thanks also for the beautiful music you've provided - very serene, just like your images. xo Joan
It really IS a bee-utiful day! Got a little hot there - but - hey, it's Summer! Pretty flowers for the busy bees!
I forgot to tell you - the shed was made up in Linden, even though we bought it down in Florence. The Amish didn't make it.
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