My mother as any other mother in the world wants to know how her kids live, what they do, and she wants to be part of our life on a daily basis. Because she is six thousand miles away and lives on another continent she is happy for every bit of news from us. She likes to say that photos of our everyday life shrink the distance and she feels as she is here with us. So this post is my Mother's Day gift for my Mother. We love your Mom! :)
Yesterday we went to a place called Wild Things Farm to pick some strawberries.
It was a lovely day to be outside.
We picked a few buckets of strawberries and a weekly dose of vitamin D.
Then we walked around the farm, didn't take the fun ride though.
Happy harvest... Can you imagine pies, jams, lemonades, and all other wild things that can be done with all this strawberries?!
Back at home I made a cheesecake. I've been working on the recipe for a week, and this one came out just right for our tastes.
With it we all had a delicious tea time.
I love having tea time with my Mother... And I wish to have one sometime soon...
Happy Mother's Day!
P.S. It looks like we will be moving back to Washington State in July. And we also have two graduations: our teenager is graduating from high school in May, and my husband is graduating from the residency in June. With all that said, my posts will be sporadic for the time being, until we move and settle somewhere. I also may not be visiting your lovely blogs as often as I'd like to. But I think of you all often.
Sop sweet..Happy Mother's Day to you too..ReplyDelete
Bon courage for the upcoming move!
Thank you! Happy Mother's Day to you too! :)Delete
What a beautiful Mother's Day post. I love the pictures off the strawberries, so gorgeous. I would love to see the recipe for this cake too it looks delicious :)ReplyDelete
Happy Mother's Day to you
I agree. What a beautiful, wonderful Mother's Day post. Happy Mother's Day to you, too.ReplyDelete
I too agree, this is a beautiful post. Happy Mother's Day to you too.ReplyDelete
G'day! How lovely re this post, true!ReplyDelete
And that you got to spend Mother's Day with you Mum...would always be special...thank you for sharing too!
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Nobody can present like you do Marina!! What a lovely tea you've set out. :)ReplyDelete
Oh, it must be so hard to be so far away from your mom on Mother's Day...but you baked a gorgeous cheesecake and dedicated this beautiful post to her. Congrats to your graduates and good luck with your move, Marina! xoReplyDelete
Such a sweet tribute my friend, Happy Mother's Day!ReplyDelete
Nice post Marina...I am glad that you had a lovely time with you mom.ReplyDelete
Love the strawberry filed pictures.
Have a great week :)
Beautiful post Marina and a lovely cheesecake! Just the perfect treat for Mother's Day! Good luck with moving and congratulations to the men of the family!ReplyDelete
Sounds like a fun day! And really a nice, nice post. I'm sure your mom was delighted to read this.ReplyDelete
Happy Mom's day to you! A perfect day at the strawberry farm. I bet your mom felt like she was there with you. My mom lives 6000 miles away too, it is difficult.ReplyDelete
O here it is again, your lovely cake with strawberries. My mom in St. Petersburg, I should visit very soon with my family. I am happy for you Marina!ReplyDelete