Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Very nice! I bet you can't wait to try them out. Enjoy!! X Chy
They are cute and look sturdy, a must for us outdoor ladies.
So cute and the perfect "spring green" :)
Nice! And made in America, too. :-)
Great gardening shoes!! My in laws live in Elizabethtown, TN and my husband grew up in Cookeville, TN. We visited there over the summer and will be returning for a family wedding in May. I love it there. Are you picking up a twang? I'd love to hear a British accent with a twang!!! : ) xo~ Wendyhttp://Crickleberrycottage.blogspot.com/
Why the walking stick what did you do? I missed something. I went out and swept a bit today, too wet to do much yet. Snow still melting and more coming tomorrow. I saw one lonely Hyacinth just popping through to have a look. I should have covered it up. HugsJanice
Janice, just still a bit wobbly after my ankle break and surgery last February, not just the right ankle, but I was in the recovery stages still on my left ankle Achilles tendon reconstruction.Hugs,~Jo
Things are popping out here and you would thinkwinter is over. They say next week it willget cold and wet. So I am just enjoying thespring flowers for now.Happy you are doing so well!
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