North Georgia Candy Roaster and Purple Hull Pea season. I plan to stock up on both of these for winter eating. I made a batch of the purple hull peas, about the same as black eyed peas, added some onion and bacon and dill seeds from my garden. A strange combo but the dill seeds would have dropped from the plant so I wanted to use them since they are really nutritious (click the dill seeds link). The squash will keep till I am ready to cook it up.
Tuesday I was at the farmer's market, yesterday I worked at the gallery, today I set up at a new stockist and then have a painting class in the afternoon, and Friday I have a long overdue hair cut and then Saturday the farmer's market again. At the gallery I found out one person bought three of my pieces and has bought some previously. Only thing selling at a gallery is I don't know the collector.
Meanwhile I'm waiting on a shipment of clay. I really need clay to get some work made since it's taking a long time for things to dry this time of year when the air conditioning doesn't come on as much. I don't have time for much more. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.