Anyways, it's been a yearly tradition for us ladies (pre-baby days) to head to Cedarburg when the leaves start changing and partake in some coffee, soup, and browsing. This year was a little different because we had the kiddos and so we changed up our routine and hit the "other" end of town. It was a beautiful day and there was a farmer's market. What more can you ask for? I love Farmer's markets. I think local businesses are wonderful and I like to support them when I can. I scored some all natural lavender laundry detergent, some organic veggie wash, a french baguette , a small block of cheese and the most beautiful white corn I've ever seen. Trina is super caring about the environment and organic type things and she inspired me to get this corn, even though it has little worms in it, because it wasn't sprayed. I don't like meat with my sweet corn, but it was pesticide free....and it was really pretty. (You better believe I'll make my husband inspect it before consuming!)
After the market we took a trip to Glaze, a wonderful little shop where you paint your own pottery. We made some handprint items for family members, and let's just say that the $5 "sitting fee" you pay for them to clean up your mess is super cheap. I feel like I should have left a tip. The kids were wonderful though and I can't wait to see how our pottery turned out after it's been in the kiln!
I got to shoot some candid pictures of my very beautiful friend and her very beautiful daughter on our stroll back to our vehicles and I took some flower photos at the market. It was a wonderful day. Thanks for being my model Bean! I love you two so much!