Sharing my passion of food, travel all things that make my heart sing
well, here we go!
my very first post, of many that will not only provide memories for me, my journey, exploring this beautiful world for all that it is, but enjoyment for others!
this weekend was a 3 musketeers kind of weekend. my little (not so little any more *sigh*) sister turned 17 last week so it was a weekend of fun & play doing things miss Emily likes to do!one of them being something my dear husband has gotten her hooked on.. MMA fights. not my cup of tea, BUT i love these two, so i trotted right along ready for a fun evening.
dan likes to spoil the 3 musketeers. i don’t mind.
knowing full well i’d just be closing my eyes the whole time!
plus, the main fighter of the night is one of Dan’s good child-hood friends, so the cheering from our section was well and alive!
in the end, it truly wasn’t at gruesome as i thought it was going to be. i’m all about the human body and what it is capable of doing, so seeing men use just their bodies and minds to defeat the others was actually really fun.
i’m always down for trying something new, so let’s say we can check MMA fighting off the list! on to the next show!
sunday afternoon was b-e-a-UTIFUL, so we grabbed our farmers market totes and headed to Union Market. this place is always full of delicious vendors offering everything from local cheeses to organic sifted teas. craving something particular? their dining section always has something to hit the spot.
we were on a mission for fresh veggies and restocking on meat for the week. but of course tried a little of everything along the way, weaving through the aisles.
i am a huge fan of raw juices, so when i saw this shot glass station set up at the Goshen Juice Bar stand, i obviously had to toss back a shot or two. because i mean, sundays are fundays, right?!
classic cakes, pastries, cookies and pies galore at Panorama Bakery.
“bummer! you JUST missed the whole big head! now that would’ve made for a good shot”. the head butcher as i’m zooming in on a pigs foot. have you eaten one of these? them? how in the world does one cook a foot?
i’ll go with the already diced up pig, THANKS!