Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Jo, I love the photos. Nice little poem too. Hope you are getting to enjoy some nicer weather. it's not so warm today...but this weekend was nice. xoxo,Susie
I've just discovered you and love your blog! We have friends just north of Nashville and really enjoy the area. Looking forward to visiting with you more often!your newest follower,Terri
Beautiful ! Everything here has signs of spring but the temps and winds still hold a cold bite to them ! Happy April ! Have a good day !
Gives me hope it will visit us eventually
We are having a late spring here in East Tennessee, and the area for the vegetable garden is still too wet for my husband to begin work there for the season. I am glad I have seen no dogwood blossoms since the Dogwood Arts Festival opens later this week, and it is good to have some blooms during the festival.
Our January February March showers have brought us beautiful April flowers! Yay! :-)
Oh gosh- just look at the colors in those flowers! So beautiful!lovetweedles
Such pretty pictures! I eagerly await our first bloom.
Oh what a gorgeous photo of pretty flowers. I feel all warm and snuggly.
Glorious that photo absolutely glorious. ...still waiting for Spring in New England.
Such beautiful use of color and background music
Ahhhhhh......I can smell the intoxicating aroma of that blooming Iris. Brings back memories of my childhood in Tennessee. Thank you for sharing the glorious beauty of your paradise.
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