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, Such beautiful pictures. I was amazed that the deer came around, possibly looking for some treats. But I do hope they did not eat any plants or flowers. Hope you are getting around much better. Blessings sweet friend, xoxo, Susie
What beauty that surrounds you Jo.
Lovely blooms and photo's of the deer, got to love seeing the baby's.
Beautiful sites to see. Thank You.Enjoyed My visit with You.Please drop by and spend a Min. or two to sip and chat with Me : ) Denise
Wow! Such magnificence! :-)
Lovely pictures. My sister has deer in her yard which have eaten her entire vegetable garden. Hope your deer aren't as destructive. They are beautiful animals.
Beautiful flowers . I am very partial to the toad house:)
Your posts are so peaceful, I come here just to relax. I've always wondered though --- every time I see a deer I think their legs look to delicate to hold them up!Pass a 'mater sandwich, please?
These all are such great photos. The muli patterned lily are something we do not grow here. Your summer comes so much quicker than ours.
Just look at your garden grow!
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