In spite of the heat, Adam baked some great French bread. We're so thankful for air conditioning! We've had a considerably stressful week for a variety of reasons, so we've been trying to lay low, you know, take one day (or hour) at a time, and recover. Adam recovers by cooking and baking. I recover by knitting. Thus, my gray shawl is quite close to being done.
Last year, the farmers' market was stressful, but (thankfully!) this year, it is not. Now each Saturday morning is one of the happiest parts of each week for me :) Here's the market on Saturday. We have about nine vendors lined up with our tents, trying not to melt.
comes along for nearly everything, if I wait long enough. A young girl came by with her grandmother, fingered the sparkly pink yarn, loved it, and ... poof! Away it walked! So the chimes and the gourds will sell. I just make them available until the customer who'll love them, comes along.
Stay cool out there! Enjoy your summer and don't let the crazy stress get to you.