A Mother’s Day at home

Pear and bittersweet chocolate cake

Mama and I enjoyed a quiet and relaxing Mother’s Day at home celebrating each other. After all, we each “mother” the other!

We started the day with a fresh blueberry pancake brunch. They weren’t terribly pretty, but they were tasty!

Spirit and Jamaica visit us through the window!

The darling girls next door stopped by for a visit through the window. They brought homemade muffins and a sweet handwritten card. We loved getting to see their faces again and are eager for the day when it’ll be safe to hug once more.

After a dinner of pasta carbonara, Mama and I polished off the last of the pear and bittersweet chocolate cake I made recently. Overall, it was a delicious and sweet day!

Today’s #OneGoodThing with Mama was celebrating a quiet and happy Mother’s Day together! Wishing a happy Mother’s Day to everyone! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments. And remember, kindness is everything!

Day 131 of 366. And Day 1,592 in a row (here’s the first 366, & the following 365, & the third year of 365 good things, & the 4th year of good things)!

On this day…

4 replies

  1. My day was great because I got to FaceTime both my daughters. My oldest grand lives with me and she bought me flowers, Italian food with chocolate cake for dinner last night and Starbucks this morning. We spent this morning planting herbs and milkweed that I bought Friday. The bunnies really liked the coriander so we couldn’t put it in the ground.


  2. Your Mama’s Day was simply “delish,” I must say. Ours included a 4 mile stroll in a local nature park (Back Bay) with my two sons and our two grandsons. Also, a glorious bouquet of flowers from Todd and handpicked flowers from the Brian’s garden. Since my birth name, Tsvetanka, means “Flower,” our flowers were very appropriate and loved.



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