We returned (like every Saturday we've been in town this summer) to the Farmer's market with a "wad" of cash, determined to buy more of those heavenly pork portions, freeze them and take them with us to Denver, but they were nowhere to be found!! Perhaps they already sold all of their pork for the summer. So sad. Ah well, when Stephen is a billionaire oil executive, we'll just have it shipped to us. Also missing were the makers of burritos, who have no store, or truck, or restaurant, or premises of any kind, yet make the best burritos Stephen has had in years. So he settled for a hot dog loaded with chili and cheese.
And of course, ended up wearing it.
On the way out, a stall with coin necklaces caught my eye. I didn't like any of the ones hanging, but I was intrigued! Turned out she had a box full of coins, and a tray full of baubles, and she let me design my own!! I was leaning towards something British (of course) but then I found a tiny coin from Poland!! I am half Polish. Perfect!! I found a bird charm and a pretty stone to go with it. I pick it up Thursday, and I'll show you how it turned out! Such a fun Farmer's Market day. We got a limeade, (of course) then the dragons went swinging.
On the way home, we stopped at our favorite Asian store to pick up some Thai basil and bean sprouts for Pho tomorrow. They have the best in town! There, on the front shelf in the store, all alone by its wonderful little self, sat a package of my Favorite Cookies in the Whole World.
Bracken wants one too...