”Twas a town day once again and grocery buying, my job cleaning, curtain rod price comparing and toilet brush buying were the things most needed to be accomplished 😉
Oh the glamour of new home ownership purchases 😜
Pizza was brought home for supper aaand that was pretty much my day 💁🏻
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Saturday April 1st –
Hi ho, hi ho, off to market we go 😁
We meandered around the Red Barn Market for a while that morning.
Taking in the generous assortment of items available.
Of course the juice place caught my eye.
Resulting in my great enjoyment of an apple, pineapple and minty juice 🍹
Spring rolls were tried and found very acceptable and I really wish there would have been a chance to just chill at one of the food markets we’d went to.
Just eating and waiting to be hungry again on repeat for a few hours 😋
So, not sure if I mentioned this already or not… but I’m totally into olives now 😏😋
My Dad likes olives and I’d tried them the odd time… never hating them but never embracing them either.
Unaware if I could like them or not, Craig and Jolien convinced me to try one again when we’d eaten out with them at it had been tasty and it began the era of a whole new Jess 😜
From that meal on I became braver and braver about trying them, liking them a little more almost every time, but that mornings market was the tipping point.
I tested some sun-dried tomato red olives and some herb and garlic green ones and there was no question of them being good or bad… they were delicious 😂
I bought and assortment crossing my fingers (or holding my thumbs as the saying goes in South Africa I learnt 😉) that they’d last until we made it to Canada so I could share my newfound enjoyment with father 😋
Once we were done at the market, we had a much bigger, grander task ahead.
Heading to The Farm Inn to hold a baby leopard. Continue reading “Our Last Hurrah, The End Of An Era, Our Grand Finalé…”