Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
I often think that I would like a tiny cottage, here on my farm, just to have as my own. To retreat to when I need some quiet.
Hi Jo! This verse is just charming and your picture with it, is just how I would imagine an 'enchanted' cottage would be!I also missed your last post and am looking forward to lightening bugs lighting the night sky for us!
Oh, I LOVE this poem! What a wonderful picture one has from the words.
How cozy that would be. I'd love to have a wee cottage to call my own.
Oh I wish for a small cottage too.We love this poem, and we love coming to visit you!lovetweedles
How sweet! I wonder if everyone is attracted to little cottages like this, I know I am.
Hi Jo, Love the poem... I'd LOVE LOVE LOVE a cottage like that. I'd put it on the top of a mountain with a view (and a waterfall nearby)... haHugs,Betsy
Oh how I wish and what a delightful picture to go with such a lovely poem. Makes me smile, thank you Jo. And thank you also for the lovely comment. I enjoyed the story about your next door neighbor's lab with you having dog biscuits at the ready. We used to have a black lab mix and have not had one since she left us but how I love our four-legged friends. Denise x
Big sigh...I think there will be sweet cottages in heaven surrounded with flowers and a babbling brook.
Oh, Jo! This poem! Such wonderful words and such beautiful music to accompany them! Just lovely.Thank you so much for stopping by and letting me know that you made and enjoyed the potatoes. You made my day! And to know that you're sending the link to my blog to your granddaughter, well... I'm truly flattered.I do hope you're having a lovely week so far. I'll be back to visit, often. ~Mary
Such a lovely poem.. Thanks... Take care...
the quintessential cottage there. Ahhh.
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