Midday Sunday. We were making lunch before we ran out the door to take care of some errands.
I was pulling the vegetables out of the drawer for a salad when I became distracted.
For the next couple of hours.
It’s a good thing that Goddess is patient. She took advantage of the time to not only finish preparing lunch, but to eat it and take a nap.
That was time well spent.
The subject of my distraction was a pair of lovely carrots that we received from one of our local farmers in our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program.
Aren’t they lovely?
You’d never find these in a store. Honestly, I don’t know why. It’s not like they are less nutritious. The human mind is odd.
Truth be told, mine is too.
Watching these carrots suspended in space in my makeshift studio (the hallway) for a while gave rise to many different stories in my mind.
Which stories can you come up with?
Later this week will be our last delivery for this winter through our CSA. This is the second winter that we’ve received bountiful baskets full of in-season vegetables from Barking Moon Farm. Thanks for the flavors and the exploration, Melissa and Josh!