Farmer’s Market… in the time of COVID-19

Police tape surrounds the veggie & fruit stands in this time of COVID-19. In New York, we must all continue to wear a mask, social distance and use the disposable gloves the vendors have offe if you chose to select your own goods… On this beautiful Fall day all masked up ūüė∑ I go early,Continue reading “Farmer’s Market… in the time of COVID-19”

Life on Lockdown…

Wearing a mask it’s not easy for anyone…do it anyway!!! I saw a post on FB that read, “if you don’t like wearing a mask, you certainly won’t like having a ventilator”…truth!! A new routine…avoid all things people. Singing birds wake us early and insist we show up each day. Morning & evening walks downContinue reading “Life on Lockdown…”

Charity knitting …

WIP Wednesday…on my needles. I switched it up this week and started using large needles… making a garter stitch throw (in Oatmeal) that will¬† go to charity. There are enough projects my Stitch & Bitch work on, this one is going to: The VA Nursing Home.                  Continue reading “Charity knitting …”

Christmas in Westchester, NY

A real treat listening to the sweet sounds of :¬† ‘Angelica Women’s Choir’ every Christmas. The Winter Fest Christmas Market in downtown, White Plains, NY is a Seasonal favorite with reasonably priced crafts, jewelry, gourmet foods. Vendor I love are an Organic tea ‘tea gevity’ and ‘Mind Body & Bath’, I love their handmade soapContinue reading “Christmas in Westchester, NY”

Final haul…

from the White Plains Outdoor Farmer’s Market. ¬†It was a nice 7 months of produce and fruit every week. Not seen in this pic is the large bunch of kale and 5 bunches of Cilantro. Last year I chopped and froze enough cilantro to get us through the Winter & early Spring. I will doContinue reading “Final haul…”