The final stop at the market was for some mint and cilantro to make a chutney Nathan had been craving. I love that I live with a man who can put Purple Hull Peas and Mint Chutney on a plate together and make it all seem natural. One day I am going to convince him to open a restaurant.
Now summer is over. We have sent our last house guest back north, and bid farewell to good friends. We have started school, and started on Halloween Merchandise and the Razorbacks have played their first game. Tomorrow a new season begins for me, (even if the official start of fall is still 2 weeks away) and I am ready. Goodbye Summer! See you next year!
That seems like a very cool party. I love the flags!
when I get my bed-and-breakfast opened (in 100 years…), I will be in need of a chef – hint, hint 😉>>one of the projects I managed to complete over the long weekend was getting the craft table out of my bedroom. If you are still interested, let me know. If not, that is ok… I will find it a good home somewhere!
Hi:>I love your blog. Interesting to say the least!!! You have a great Etsy shop too.>I hope the boys are felling better.>Peace>carole
Your banners are really fun–I had to go and look at each of them. I bet you have some great Halloween ideas, I’m at a loss when it comes to the holiday.
thanks for the great visit & the great food! Adam thinks he’s going to be a trend-setter with regards to the “crunchy juice” 🙂
You did a beautiful job on the party!!>Love all of your great pictures.>It sounds like you have been extra busy. Me too!>I was working on Halloween today too.>Have a great day!>Rosemary
I havent been to the farmer’s market all summer. How did I let that happen? Your party looked fabulous, I love your style!
LOOKS LIKE YOU WENT TO A LOT OF WORK AND A GREAT PARTY… I LOVE THE FARMERS MARKET. YOU HAVE A GREAT>BLOG 🙂
Alison Chino says
of course i love all the river market pictures! it is always so beautiful. and the breeze down there saturday just made me smile…>>missed you at yoga!!
Looks like a great party and any excuse to use all of your globes, huh? Good bye summer, indeed. And good riddance!
I love your table arrangement. Very cute and inspiring.