Tuesday, March 22, 2005

Spring, Spring, Spring!!!!!!

I can see it, smell it, feel it....and want it! Yesterday was such a gorgeous sun shiney day...I actually took out the rake and decided that I would start uncovering the plants and ground to make way for the sunshine to brighten up the tired and sleepy looking earth.

This is the ultimate in feeling good and alive for me. I love to drink my morning tea or coffee outside contemplating life and all that it has to offer. And to top it off...Gleen tells me our website will soon be up and running with more product pictures and paypal!! YipPeEEEEE!! We've been waiting for this very moment. Yes, spring for me also means a time of creating tons of products and samples.....so that every thing is ready for the Wolfville Farmer's Market and our website. One would think that winter would be the ideal time to create these products and samples....but like the tired and sleepy looking earth.....I finally emerge from hibernation and serious life analysis during the cold winter months. I am definitely effected by the sun and temperatures....like a flower...waiting to thrive, blossom and show off its' colours!!!

If you're interested in checking out the local farmers' market and ALL that it has to offer by encouraging the health and vibrancy of our community, you can check it out in person starting May 15th at the Wolfville Robie Tufts Centre on Main Street in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. If you are interested and are planning to visit the area during the summer/fall please check out the Farm Market website at www.nsfarmersmarkets.ca/wolfville. This winter, the market will also be open for the first time year round. Stay tuned for further info on time and place.

Does your town, village or city have a farmers' market? What do you think of it....and does it add to the cultural mecca of your area? I would love to hear your thoughts.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Spring is so awesome, I can understand why you'd feel more creative during its short, alive time then during the sleepy winter.

Keep writing!

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