A day in the life and a beautiful sunset

Hi Katerina!

I enjoyed your pictures. I think your table looks nice and has a lot of class. I love those mantle clocks you have up there. Very nice. I think for packaging it should be simple. Maybe a plastic bag with a pretty bow? You want to show off your bottles for sure. I wouldn’t hide them.

I’m sure that you are a good mom and everything you set out to do. Thanks for being my friend. I enjoy talking with you. :0)

Like you, I had a busy week. On Saturday, my son Stephen, the youngest, made a Tres Leches, or 3 milk, cake. He’s a budding chef and here he is using the stand mixer for the first time:

The cake was absolutely delicious! I forgot to take a picture of it though. Here’s the recipe:

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/alton-brown/tres-leche-cake-recipe/index.html

Today we were at the car wash at lunch time. I sat in the car and crocheted while Mike washed it. I got bored and whipped out my camera:

It turned out pretty good, I thought. I only had a small camera with me.

On the way home last week we stopped to take pictures of the sunset and the mountains. Mike took them because I forgot to put my CF card in my camera. The first is Pike’s Peak

We are 90 miles from this mountain. It stands more than 14,000 feet above sea level. You can kind of get an idea of how tall it is from this vantage point.

The sunset was really taking place behind the Twin Spanish Peaks.

Again, we’re about 90 miles away from these mountains too. They are about 12 and 13,000 feet high. Our area is about 4,000 plus in elevation. It’s funny. In Colorado our city signs tell you what city you’re coming into and what elevation you are at. In California, where I used to live, they told population and elevation. I guess getting high means everything in Colorado! Ha!

I hope you have a good night’s sleep and day at work. By the time you get up I should be sound asleep. It’s Friday!

Lisa

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One Response to A day in the life and a beautiful sunset

  1. Katerina says:

    love your photos 🙂 feel like I’v been there too
    I think it is great that your son learn cooking – man usual very good at it and for sure it will help him in life

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