Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Wonderful Wednesday...................

Finished another knitted washcloth!  One more to go and I will have my first FO (finished object).
 I finished reading this book and I loved it!  She's another generation and uses some language and behavior that I'm not comfortable with but then my parents weren't comfortable with the language and behavior of my generation.....It's a fact now...I'm old!   But despite that this gal can write!  It is the true story of her solo journey over the Pacific Crest Trail from California to Oregon.  It's also a personal mental journey and the healing and growth that takes place.  It was one of those books I didn't want to end.  I must admit I am partial to true life adventure/nature stories especially when a woman is the main character! 
 Here's my bounty from the Farmer's Market today and all Amish raised produce!  I wash and scrub all my produce when I bring it home thus the reason it is all sitting in my dish drainer.  Today I bought 2 eggplant, banana peppers, a patty pan squash, some "new" red potatoes and my favorite which I never seem to be able to find fresh....beets!
I'll be eating great this week!  I hope you are all having a wonderful Wednesday too!


  1. Hi there!
    Great job on the washclothes. So cute!
    I've never heard of the book that you've mentioned.
    Sounds like it gets a two thumbs up from you :)

    Yep.. you'll be eating good... all that fresh produce!!

    Smiles :)

  2. Your washcloths are turning out great. The cotton you are using with that stripe makes them look rather vintage. I love to eat fresh banana peppers with blackeyed peas. Yum! And beets on a salad with feta. Delish! That book sounds like something I would enjoy. Have a fabulous day! Tammy

  3. Those beets look delicious! I made a cake with mine yesterday. I'll post a photo soon.

  4. Yum! I LOVE fresh beets too :D

    You're doing well with the wash cloths!

  5. I've never eaten patty pan squash but I like the name of it. How do you cook yours?


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