(picked up some blue potatoes and a squash from the Brookside Farmer's Market.)
(a few dishes, a rug, and a print (not featured) from a yard sale today for $4.)
(fedora: folk & fables, everything else is either vintage or thrifted)
I am seeing just how great it is to (almost) always have my Saturdays free. Free of working random part-time jobs, alarm clocks buzzing, homework due, or anything. Just time to be. I have been so lucky that for the past year, all of my work has never been on Saturdays. It's really a lovely thing knowing you have that one day a week that is usually completely yours.
Kansas City was extremely warm today, with temperatures in the mid-90's throughout the whole morning through evening. I browsed a new farmer's market, went to a church yard sale, grocery shopping, and had my car's air conditioning fixed. The last of the list is by far the happiest thing that happened today, I do not dread getting into my tiny vehicle anymore! Now that I have it, and haven't for over a year, it feels like some strange luxury I am possessed with. It's funny how you live without something for awhile and always get that feeling.