Good Afternoon everyone (or atleast that is when I am finally getting to write this!)!!!
All around the blogs that I follow there is a Monday tradition called ‘Weekly Wishes’ which I believe was started over at The Nectar Collective.
It is a weekly goal/challenge that I will hopefully achieve during the week. To add to starting off the week on such a positive note I am also going to add some details about my weekend!
I would like to work on my time management skills and making sure to keep a To-Do list daily and actually get things accomplished. It seems that already in week 2 of school, I am having a hard time with everything. I am not sure why because I am feeling ok about my classes, but I really just need to kick up my organization before I get behind.
Saturday morning trip to the local Farmers Market with the BF. Came back with a peppermint plant, bell peppers, jalapeños, tomatoes, and lemon cucumbers.
Saturday Night (Date Night): Sushi date and rented two movies (from an actual movie store). Watched : The Perks of Being a Wallflower and Olympus has Fallen.
Sunday headed up to the casino that is 20 minutes from WCU. Played some craps and WON!!!!
Hope everyone had an amazing weekend! And hope everyone’s Monday has been fabulous!
So in the next town over (Sylva NC) there happens to be an amazing Farmers Market every Saturday from April-October. I try to take full advantage of all this during it’s open season. This Saturday the rain finally stopped so BF and I ventured out to the Market. It is getting to the time when there is more produce available, which is what I go there to buy. There is always other local specialities such as pottery, homespun yarn, spices (something new and something I will be trying out), soaps and cheeses! This little market is amazing, I love it. The people are always super nice and always willing to talk to you, while your browsing the goods.
This week was a light trip for us. All together I got 4 yellow squash (@ 4 for $1) and one pound of green beans ($1.50). This to me is always amazing considering at the local grocery store, I always manage to spend atleast $15 in the produce section, but with the Farmers Market I can get everything for the week for around $8 and its all local and fresh.
So until the next trip to the market, enjoy some photos of what everyone is missing out on!
The nice man that I got my squash from.
The squash and green beans that I got!
Part of the Farmers Market