Saturday, August 14, 2010

wore out

Dear Friends,
I am wore out.  I did farmer's market and was up at 3:45 am Sat morning, so I had to be up early as we had a street fair, and with this being the first time I have had a booth at the farmer's market and a street fair to boot, I had to see how and where I was going to set up downtown.  It was not as bad as I thought and was able to set up and then break-down and get out and home with ease.
I will try to post some photos of farmer's market we have here, it is not like the big ones in the cities, but it is fair.
I will try to post on Monday,  I have much to do Sunday,  I really should clean house, and other domestic duties, but I have tomatoes to can and some leeks to dehydrate, which I will dry outside on the porch, as they are a little strong and the house does smell of leeks, so I will do this, and I think that it should be cooler as far a temps, better than the hot 90's we have had with oppressive himidity on top.
I wish all a great and peaceful weekend, and I will do some catching up on Monday, sometime.


  1. Looking forward to seeing pictures of your fair and booth. It sounds like you have a busy day ahead of you today. Enjoy the process.

    Love your header picture of your homestead, it's lovely and everything looks lush.


  2. I've just popped across to say thank you for your kind comment on my blog. I will pop back later and read back in your archive - I have a big meal to make right now as eldest daughter and boyfriend are arriving tonight (2 days early) - YIPPEE!

    P.S. I can sympathize with just how tired you must have felt after doing the farmer's market as I used to have to get up that early to go out and trade when my children were small . . .

  3. I just found your Blog on Flower Lady's.

    I will be interested in seeing how the farmer's market turned out.

    I will be back to read your back posts. Mine is similar, just my daily life in the country with all its ups and downs. Been having lots of downs lately!

    Hope you got all the tomatoes canned. We will be picking today.