Monday, September 26, 2011
A morning spent at the farmers market
This past Saturday morning, my Mom, Sister, Corbin and I went to the Issaquah Farmers Market. For some reason farmers markets are magical places to me, where you can get amazing fresh food, unique gifts all by the people who either grew or hand made my new treasures. I love being able to talk with people who are passionate about what they are doing and can actually make good recommendation on what to buy. As I walk around the venders I always wonder why I don't make it out more and I wish that we had a good farmers market year round.
As soon as we arrived we ordered wood fired Margarita Pizza that we stuffed our self's on. We walked around Corbin and I tried on hats, he is such a good sport. One problem is that most little people hats do not fit him very well. We both end up with new hats. My mom found the one thing at the farmers market that would not fit in or on top of my new mommy mobile...a huge wooden table. Shelby got us shaved ice cones that hit the spot once the sun came out. Our mouths were stained blue for the rest of the day. My mom got a cup of just ice no blue and Corbin ended up eating most of it. Matt had to work that morning but was able to meet us for lunch.
It was cold when we left the house so I dressed Corbin for a snow storm. As the day went on he had less and less clothes on. He also has had a runny nose most of the week. I thought he was at the tale end of it only to wake up Sunday morning to a very unhappy snotty little man.