>This little piggy went to the farmer’s market!

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This morning, C and I woke up bright and early to set up at a community farmer’s market and sling some fresh flowers. Baby, it was cold outside! Not to worry, I was sufficiently bundled and one of my favorite downtown coffee shops was right across the street from our booth. It was a beautiful morning, and a great way to kick off the weekend. 
A few of my favorite thing about the farmer’s market: 
1. The aroma of roasting cinnamon almonds that filled the entire market, and that I can still smell traces of on my hoodie. Yum.
2. All of the sweet ladies that reminded me of my grandmother and wanted to buy my hat.
3. Homemade fresh guacamole that I came home with a pint of {although I was so bummed to discover that we’re out of tortilla chips}
4. Running into great friends, like Christina of 6petals!
5. More dogs than I could count, that I had to stop all business to pet and cuddle.

You can see more photos from the farmer’s market on A.P.P.’s facebook page.

Now that I’m home, I’m wading through my sea of laundry and picking out my lineup for the fall 30 for 30 remix challenge! Who else is in for the challenge?

Wearing: American Eagle cord jeggings, Express hoodie and velvet blazer (2007), thrifted hat and scarf 

21 thoughts on “>This little piggy went to the farmer’s market!

  1. >Great outfit for the markets! Totally jealous of those cords – I can't find any good ones like that in Australia. Seems to be a US thing? I'm doing the 30for30 too…looking forward to remixing!Lydia xhttp://buttonjar.wordpress.com

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