Eatin’ good in the neighborhood

I just returned from the Wednesday afternoon farmer’s market with:

  • Dead ripe tomatoes (my addiction)
  • Bi-color sweet corn
  • Imperfectly shaped green peppers
  • Peaches so ripe they exploded out of their skin when I bit into one
  • Homemade pasta
  • Asiago breadsticks
  • Mixed olives in anise olive oil
  • Locally bottled white Sangria
  • Garlic-dill jack cheese made by a small WI dairy

I am very aware that this is what blessing tastes like. And I’m grateful…

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Thought-provoking post of the day: Shawn Blanc’s Fight Spot post about leadership. He writes about an essential component for healthy leadership – and it’s not what you’d expect. But he’s dead on.

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Here’s a website that’ll probably crack you up – or at least, give you a grin, just due to its complete absurdity. These are people who have way too much time on their hands.

No Lido Deck On The S.S. Prodigal
Faithful Compassion Over Gut Reaction
Selling Vacuums, Giving Away Parting Gifts, and Pantomiming The Gospel
Writing Is Like Riding A Bike
About Michelle Van Loon
  • Lisa

    I love fresh food from the farmer’s market! I imagine that’s what food in Heaven will be…no canned, processed or freeze-dried food there! Enjoy your bounty!

  • Michelle Van Loon

    Thanks, Lisa – last night’s dinner tasted like summer. (Or Heaven’s appetizer!)

  • Jim

    Michelle,

    Just read your list from the farmer’s market. Then I looked at the picture.

    Oh my—does that every sound good!

  • Michelle Van Loon

    I wish I oould take credit for that gorgeous picture – yeah, internet. If I’d taken it, it would have been blurry, or my thumb would have been in the corner of the shot. (And I have a digital camera!)


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