Another marvelous market day with lots of friends to see and chat with (my sister and Stuart were the highlight, for the kids, as usual).
Sprouts at the Market featured corn today. We all learned a little about corn, even the adults. You would think growing up in the Midwest surrounded by corn (and soybeans) and with farming relatives, my sister and I would know all there is about corn, but apparently not.
Amara Yoga was out with paints and canvas, Parker's absolute favorite part of Saturdays. The adults painting were so respectful. Parker said he was asked a couple times about what colors he mixed together and other techniques. I love the idea of community art. They have yoga, arts, and crafts classes for kids. I need to enroll the boys. I am so glad to have Amara Yoga in our community.
Common Ground Co-op was jam packed with produce and people this morning. I was happy to fill my fruit bowls with sale organic plums, nectarines, and pink lady apples. We went a little over-budget today because Field Roast vegan sausage was on sale so I couldn't resist. I was hungry and they always say not to shop when you're hungry.
I'll leave you with this song we were listening to in the co-op as we shopped. This in the Johnny Cash version instead of the Depeche Mode version we heard this morning. This is just for you, honey. What if I play this version at your funeral? Still no?