Because I don't think people all around the world understand how extremely wholesome and good looking people in Kansas are, I present "cat-eyes" and "dimples". I was getting ready to leave the market on Saturday when I spotted them. I saw her glasses first as I walked by and decided to be bold and ask if I could take their picture. As you can see, they said yes.
More cute people coming up later on today's post, but first I present edible flowers, the singing storyteller, and flowers for smelling. And looking at.
I walked by this trio who had samples of kale salad to try. I told them I was a kale salad making expert already. They said they needed an expert to render an opinion. So I stopped. I tasted. And I learned something. Something I will incorporate into what I am making with the bundle of kale I bought this week from Jennifer. I did not buy radishes because I did not anticipate that Chris was going to make tacos this week and that I would want to pickle some. Drat. Nor did I buy a drink to put a straw in though I did like the straws an awful lot.
I almost succumbed to the coral charm peony but did not. Nor did I bring home any little girls or doggie treats although they also looked appealing.
Here is what I did get. Flowers. Kale. Rainbow chard. Eggs. Spinach. I have plans for it all.
Oh and a new find. Morning moonshine. Which I took to the Mulvenon family picnic on Saturday. It was quickly polished off by the iced coffee drinkers in attendance.
It lasted 6 hours. I guess I should buy 2 bottles next week? Or just go back to my tried and true method of cold brewing using the french press.