Thursday, August 6, 2009

Love, Peggy

I hope you call or write and when you do here is a little food for thought:

I love to explore Farmer's Markets. I delight in artisanal cheeses and shopkeepers who relish in the delight of their customers. I believe that customer service is not dead. The produce at Super-Walmart is, however, very dead. I know, I was just there. Sad, sad little tomatoes.

I wonder often what it would be like to have my own little farm. Chickens, goats, geese, sheep, maybe even some bees. I've been dreaming about a greenhouse and cold-frames too. But in the meantime, I think I've figured out why my fresh ground wheat isn't rising.

I am contemplating getting an iPhone, or completely designing my own custom paper planner. Not sure which. I have some other projects up my sleeve. Always thinking.

Loving being a wife, mother and domestic artist-in-residence. Embracing creativity, compassion and courage in my journey here on Earth. I yearn to give to the greater good and harness the sweet blessings of wise stewardship, unfettered spirituality and loving service to my God, my family and my country.


Krista said...

Wow, I haven't blogged (reading or posting) since the children got out of school for the summer. I just got back into it this week and finally caught up with my own updates. I bet you sure are busy, too. Your girls are precious and I hope you get a lot of quality time with them.
Anyhow, farmers markets are a great idea, but I can't find any good ones close to here. And the few locals that sell from cars or porches have such high prices it doesn't seem right. I'd like to research and find some good ones by next summer. Are they all in VABch, maybe?

Shapiro said...

Amen! Love your thoughts Pegs! Love you!
P.S. Way to grow wheat! Wow!