Tales of a British expat, transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside. Lover of old, time-worn, and antique. Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-nurturer.
Sunday, September 6, 2020
Summer is fading fast, last night the temperatures dropped to the perfect sixty degree range, and finally the humming of the air conditioner was silenced.
School children have once again returned to their classes, albeit on a staggered schedule, and towns are slowly rolling out their sidewalks, to gently encourage some kind of normalcy.
The rhythm of life continues......
Balm to the soul and feast to the eyes...Breathtaking...All the best to you.
Jo, Always nice to see around your place there. Love all the deer drinking from the pond. Beautiful sunsets. Blessings, stay safe, xoxo, Susie
That mama deer has three little fawns, it seems. Such incredible beauty! Sending you much love. :-)
The sky pictures are gorgeous. And so cool that you have deer. Although my sister tells me they can be pretty destructive to vegetable gardens. Or gardens in general for that matter.
Ah the sweet deer! Love your photos. Such a beautiful spot you live in!
So beautiful Jo.
Your flowers are beautiful, but I especially love the photos of the deer. They are awesome! Thank you for sharing these. I really love the animals. Enjoy your day my friend, hugs, Edna B.
You have a scenic spot there for photos :) I enjoy looking at your flowers. And those deer! Such peaceful scenes :)
All your pictures are gorgeous. Such peaceful and calm scenes. Love the deer with her three fawns.
Happy fall, my beautiful dear Jo.
Your photographs are delightful.
All the best Jan
As always I enjoy drinking in your photos. All the panoramas, and nooks and crannies.
Your photos are an Autumn blessing, Jo. A note of joy and return to normalcy
was the sight of the yellow school bus wending it way through our neighborhood.
The temps are perfection.
Yes, it is wonderful to have the temperatures drop a little! Lovely property!
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