Last night was the first farmer's market of the season. You may wonder why we are starting so late, you people who live in areas with a growing season that starts in March...just hold your tongue. I don't want to hear about your bunches of fresh flowers or the mouth watering cherries and bushels of kale. Let me remind you that Wyoming looked like this exactly three months ago.
Incidentally most plants take about three months for their first
harvest. So, with that knowledge in hand, you can imagine that the
farmer's market wasn't all that farmer-y. In fact I saw one stand that had actual veggies and those babies were tiny!
So, the farmer's market was more of a crafter's/jam maker's/face painter's market. It was fine. We met up with 3/4 of the Wolfpack and enjoyed a little music as we wrangled four young children who were nearing their bed times.
Cordelia's BFF Sadie had the worst luck with her flower balloon. Her first flower balloon popped on the grass, leaving one petal and a stem. Eric and Cordelia bought her a second balloon which popped in the moment it was in hand, leaving a few petals. So Eric tied Balloon A together with Balloon B and made a hybrid flower. That lasted for about ten minutes until it too popped. She tearfully returned to her mother with the remaining inflated bits of her balloon which Sarah accidentally popped. Sadie cried and the adults laughed until we cried. Poor Sadie and the ill fated balloon!
Eric making the hybrid balloon
Sadie tentatively accepts the hybrid balloon
Cordelia with her balloon
Overall we were there for less than an hour, but memories were made...
newscasters were spotted...
shaky photo is the result of shaky hands from being in close proximity to so many celebs (wink)
and that's all she wrote.
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