We went to the farmer's market this morning, in the cold rain, to get tomatoes and peppers since my seedlings aren't doing so well. There wasn't really time to start over, so we figured we'd support local farmers while also getting our mini-farm act together.
In a way, I'm sort of glad for the rain, it gives me a chance to catch up blogging, rink work and all the things that don't get done when I'm busy at work or shoveling dirt and chasing chickens. Can't say I enjoy a cold day in June, or getting rained on, but I'll take sleeping in, talking to my favorite local farmer at the market for tomato advice, and picking up some more Montana Coffee Traders coffee.
So while I'm catching up, M is napping with the pups, I decided to round up some of the great links I've been reading lately since I haven't done a links post in awhile.
The crossroads of Should and Must. Something that's been on my mind a lot lately.
I've struggled with weight for most of my life and been thinking about writing about it recently. Manda has me thinking about it even more, but in a good way, with this post. And Alicia has me thinking even more about about weight/eating/exercising and budgeting.
How life is different in your late 20s than early 20s. I can relate to just about everything on this list. Charissa Moore of House of Bliss and I were cracking up over this.
Alicia at Jaybird reminds us that it's not our 20s, it's our life. I'll be 31 in August and I can say for sure that I'm still figuring things out.
Christina at Route Bliss gives great photography tips that I need to put to use this summer!
I was very busy at work this week, but I had this on my mind and honestly, I think it helped me work more efficiently, though I have a long way to go on eliminating the unnecessary.
Don't forget to check out the #MakeWaves essay contest and get yourself entered by June 20!