“Its always difficult to keep Fridays confined within themselves..they tend to spill over..”
~ Parag Tipnis
Fridays at our farm are my perfect kind of day.
There was an early-morning walk to say hello to the cows and check the vegetable garden. After that I spent a little time finalising my Year of ME Planner for 2017, and playing with the crystals I’ve chosen to go with next year’s Planner.
Looks like it’s going to be fun!
Before we could even think about filling our baskets with produce we stopped for a local Myocum Coffee and pastry. It’s a hard job, but someone has to do quality control!
Scratch Patisserie’s market stall is one of our favourite stops on a Friday morning.
After which we bought lovely things. Fresh things. Things grown or made with care and love by local farmers.
Cooper’s Shoot tomatoes are the best!
We chose tiny carrots and crunchy sweet apples. We bought organic eggs and sourdough bread and all manner of tasty goodness.
I even found some wonderful hand-made soap, coloured with clays and scented with essential oils! They are crafted by the lovely people from Church Farm at Billinudgel. (Do pop over and visit their website – it totally captures the feel of our region!)
Then it was home again to a happy day of writing and cups of tea, followed by the pleasure of a dear friend dropping by for dinner.
We taste-tested my new mango mousse recipe, and it was fab! Watch for the recipe on the blog next week. 🙂
What a wonderful day! I so love where I live. It’s good to be home.
Hugs and love, Nicole ❤ xx