Tuesday, June 15

farmer's market tuesday


Tuesday is the farmers' market and it's conveniently right next to the post office, so I always mail international packages on Tuesday so that I can stop at the market and pick up as many flowers as they have. It's a very small market and I pretty much buy all the flowers this one vendor has, whatever they have. Today it was these gorgeous nasturtiums and many bunches of wildflowers. I do miss the peonies though, they tell me the season for them is over, which is quite sad.  I also bought some artisan goat cheese and a wee baguette which served as energy to keep me organizing the shop. I bought some new shelving and have been trying to not be engulfed in a disorganized mess of vintage once more. And the flower people gave me the garlic scapes and told me just to sautee them in butter and then serve them up, which I will do!

9 comments:

Carys said...

Those flowers are so beautiful, amazing shoes too!
From Carys of La Ville Inconnue

Purple Deer said...

You life is so cute Lauren.

Melissa said...

What cheerful flowers, and a fun Tuesday activity!

Adelaide's Homesewn said...

ummm, i'm in love with goat cheese.
i carried peonies in my wedding. i wish their season wasn't so short. and i love the shoes on the bottom shelf, second from the right. gorgeous!

Christy said...

I love having fresh cut flowers in the house. And you always find the most exquisite vintage shoes! (Just look at those rhinestone bows at the top-right!)

Μαiρη said...

Μmmm!!!I love strawberries and cheese!!!

The Church of Vintage said...

If the nasturtiums are organically grown you can eat them, just pull the stem off and throw them in a salad. I love any plant that serves a double function, we grow it every year.

H. Mae said...

I want to be right back at the kitchen table, drinking coffee and now smelling strawberries.

Zohar said...

Looks like you had a great day :) The selves (and everything on them) look wonderful!

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