Sometimes people have jokingly said to me, “How is Mother Russia?” or “You’re going back to the Motherland!” But in reality, Russia is my distant homeland. My family immigrated to the US in the early 1900’s with roots from Russia & Ukraine, so I feel like a part of me is going back “home”. I was blessed to visit Moscow for about 10 days, it was a time of worship, fellowship, teaching & encouragement. Here are some pictures…
Not far from us there is a really small amusement park which connects to a foresty area. We’ve been having some great weather here lately in the high 60’s to low 70’s, the perfect time to take the kids.
Bumped into some acquaintances
Keith’s first taste of ice cream!
Yeah, they let her drive a boat by herself. She did good even though she looks frightened here.
And we met up with some friends from our Sunday group
A fun day!
We love Thanksgiving! It’s always a great time for us when we are with family. And when we are away from them we like to invite some of friends over for lots of food and a fun time. When we lived in Moscow, we had two big Thanksgivings with our friends. This year we wanted to keep it going, so here are some shots from the evening we had.
We found a turkey (they are very hard to get here and expensive!) This one was from France and was only about 6 pounds.
Micah helping me prepare the table
Ready for our friends!
Snug around the table
Excited for some turkey!
One happy Hubby!
Excited for dessert?
It isn’t thanksgiving without pumpkin pie… and cool whip!