Well after the awesome ride, I came home and ate lunch sitting on my back porch in speckled sunlight. Awesome! Watered the vegetables and got showered up and into a nice linen dress. I even washed my hair!!! It never fails, whenever I wash my hair, someone always comments on how nice it looks and did I do anything different. Yes I did something different, I washed it! ha!
I then had to break down the tents and tables that the bike club had used. ugh. Clean up was pretty easy and swift though.
I then walked to the square and straight on through the chaos of people and artsy fartsy over-priced booths of crap and headed straight to Meg's Place. She wasnt in yet so we wandered the booths and decided that yes, everything there was in fact pointless or overpriced. We then went back to Meg's to drink Margaritas (me) and Pimms and lemonade (Danny and Rory). Awesome! oh and destroy her delicious guacamole. Thanks Meg.
I popped over to the farmers market and picked up some sweet potatoes. I have wanted to make a cake for a while, then Summer posted about sweet potatoes and I thought, we grow those here in Mississippi and I know who sells them. So despite never having cooked or tasted a sweet potato cake, Im going to make one tomorrow. I had wanted to make it tonight, but I am just too tired. I bought my last four tomato plants, two different heirloom varieties, one of which was a plum lemon and I just cant remember the other. I then went looking for hose stakes at Home Depot but they were a fortune so I decided to use the money I would have spent on those to buy a much more appropriately priced oakleaf hydrangea for the back and I figured out a way to make some hose stakes out of materials I have at home!
Tomorrows job is a very important one. I must have a fully functioning irrigation system for my vegetables by the end of tomorrow. I also have to make a cake and a side to take over to Andrew's house for their pool party. I have to plant those azaleas I bought last week and hopefully get some weeding, feeding and mulching done. I also need to make us some bread as we demolished our two loaves this week. Its terrible having delicious fresh bread in the house!
The good news on the vegetable patch is that most of the beans are showing the heads already!
Its going to be a busy sunday.