Friday, October 9

i am well now






my mum is here for our annual harvest weeks, usually we spend these two weeks traveling across new england, visiting bed and breakfast, going antiquing and eating good food. this time we will spend it mostly at the farm with a visit to ny and a bread company cafe in maine that i just adore. this all makes me so very happy, she is my best friend and we love the same things she inspires me daily. going to the market with my mum is so wonderful, yesterday we bought vegetables, cheeses, fruits, fish, grains that put together on a farm table would inspire the great masters to raise from the dead. i hope you are all well and then you can spend time with people who make you very happy. more to come..but right now my mum is introducing me to a fruit i have never eaten, how is it possible a charamoya.

16 comments:

montague said...

enjoy your time with your mom... and wow. these photos are stunning.

in another lifetime said...

hurray for moms! enjoy your precious time together!! (3rd photo is so beautiful and mystical!)

liza said...

your photos are so beautiful Be happy with your mum! Is your lens better, then? Have a beautiful weekend (and two weeks)!

cindy* said...

your farm is a dream...

enjoy your mother!

Amanda Nicole said...

That sounds perfect! Love the photo of the sun coming up over the dewy grass.

Gigi said...

I love these photos! Hope you have a great visit with your mum! I got to spend some time with my mum this week, too, and it was lovely. She's just been recovering from surgery, so it was fun to cook lots of meals for her.

Which bread company in Maine do you go to? I have a couple of favorites here myself. xo

onesilentwinter said...

hi GiGI,

it is called treats in wiscassett maine, the cheese, bread and wone shop is lovely. the town is so great with it antique shops as well as the contemporary shops.

i used to love the gothic cafe in belfast maine- but it is no longer there!

pleas elet us know what you recommend!

onesilentwinter said...

oh Gigi,

i just saw you are form mass. have you gone to TATES in broline!! i posted about it a few times we where just there yesterday morning! dean & deluca just placed a giant order from her shop for thanksgiving!!

Peggy Alborn said...

I need to go to Boston and see my daughter.

Laurel said...

Hello Sweet Girl- thanks for popping by and your sweet words.
Life is so much sweeter with all the love out there.
Have fun with your Mom and enjoy this lovely autumn.

Esti said...

Enjoy your mum's company and those chirimoyas (as we call them here)

Lobster and swan said...

Oh how I adore my visits here, I always feel like I have been on a mini vacation through your magical photos.

Relaxed and replenished I can now return to the dishes ad laundry.

Thanks for sharing your beautiful world.

Rachel said...

Such lovely, calming photos...

sinnlighet said...

So glad I stumbled on your lovely lovely blog again.

I must tell you that I till like like like your nice blog!

Agneta & Sweden

Aran said...

enjoy her company. what a beautiful time of year. chirimoya is a tropical fruit no? i have seen it around here and back home we had that flavor of yogurt although i don't think i've ever tasted the raw fruit.

kendalee said...

I'm so pleased for you Nadia - cherish every moment together!

I so love seeing how your life on the farm is unfolding... I hope you keep documenting it here for a long time to come. Beautiful.

And thank you for your kind and supportive words too. You're right, sometimes a change in direction is the right thing - not a failure in the plan, just a different way of reaching the overall goal. I needed to be reminded of that... :)