Sunday, August 23, 2015

Donna Makes Your Heart So Light!


 The summer 2015  Bucket list included getting up to the Farmers' Market in Madison.


If you have never been, you should go. 
Donna B. From Quiet Life and Pioneer Woman fame,
and I have become friends through our blogs. 

It's a lovely Holiday with Donna. 
Donna makes your heart so light.
When the day is grey and ordinary,
Donna makes the sun shine bright! 

We met for the Market yesterday. 

The really marvelous Market is set up around
Wisconsin's State Capitol. 
 There are many many vendors and the crowd is a slow walking, gawking and quietly talking living thing. 


 I came prepared.  
Fireman ended up carrying the goods in my crazy cat bag.
We got separated a few times in the crowd and here he is waiting for me to catch up.
He is always ahead of me.
Several women, told Fireman they loved his bag. 
He told them he got it at the Man Store. 



This is a Tiny little cherry pie that will soon be a memory. 

We  bought beeswax candles, honey, flowers that will dry so beautifully, Jam and Pickled Beets. 
The Beets come on good authority from Donna's daughter, Emma. 


The weather was perfect. 
Afterwards we spend the day with Donna's family.
She made us a fantastic Lasagna dinner. 
Some people make you feel so lucky to be in their midst. 

I don't believe in co incidences, so I think she's kind of Heaven sent. 

I must say I saw a yarny booth and did not purchase anything.
The  vendor makes her own yarn from sheep to finish.
It was lovely stuff, but I am counting the days to the Wisconsin Sheep and Wool Festival where there are two barns full of vendors. 

I knitted on my leftover sock yarn blanket , up and back as Fireman drove. 
It is slowly progressing. 

Thanks Donna for an amazing Day!


12 comments:

KSD said...

My mother used to pickle beets. Pickled is the only way I've ever been able to eat them.

WildflowerWool said...

Sounds like an amazing day!

Caffeine Girl said...

I'm glad you had a good day -- and the weather was perfect! But next time you come to Madison, do let me know so we can meet up!

Donna Boucher said...

Thank you sweet, kind words!!!
I adore every minute I get to spend with you! Blessed!

Nancy Kay said...

Sounds like you girls had a fabulous day! Love the picture of your handsome fireman with the kitty bag. LOL. Nice that such good bags are available at the Man Store.

Pammy Sue said...

Looks and sounds like a fun day!

karen said...

what fun! I cannot believe you did not buy yarn, you must have been running a fever or something. That is the perfect kind of outing in my mind.

Tired Teacher said...

Oh my, a fun-filled day AND cherry pie: I can't remember the last time I tasted cherry pie. Yum!

Araignee said...

Oh, my pie! I've been craving pie all summer. Now I have to get one. Farmer's Markets are the best. We have a great one right down the street. I need to haul my lazy behind down there before the summer is all gone.

steph said...

i've been to that market once.....bought the madison farmer market canvas bag to prove it!!!! ;) it's really one of the best!

Judy S. said...

Sounds like lots of fun! And cherry pie no less! Where is the WI Sheep and Wool festival? That does sound interesting.

Amy at love made my home said...

Looks like a fabulous market! xx

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