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Wednesday's Agenda

Union Square Farmers Market (photo via Wikipedia)

Today I'll be working in my studio pretty much all day. I do plan to do a few errands to break up the day such as shop at the Union Square Farmers Market for some veggies and wheatgrass for my sweet kitty Anni. The market is open 4 days a week year round and according to Wikipedia " 250,000 customers per week purchase 1,000 varieties of fruits and vegetables at the market." You can also buy homemade pies, breads and other baked goods. I better get going because it can tend to get crowded later in the day. Wishing everyone a wonderful Wednesday!

Anni Eating Her Wheatgrass
 

Comments

Loddelina said…
Anni is so sweet - she must be happy to have you home all day!
IKABAGS said…
Today morning I went our open bazar and organic ..
I bought very fresh tomates and a lot things , I had a breakfast witm them..very very delicious ...
I like so much every wednesday and saturday I am there !!!
Anni is a sweetie. I think she gets a little bored with me sewing all day. I know she wants to play so sometimes I feel guilty. But I try to make up for it with treats of wheatgrass and other goodies. :)
Feyza- Open air markets are wonderful! I also got some tomatoes today. I love to eat tomato sandwiches with a little butter, salt and pepper. yum
Leslie said…
I've never been to NYC but I bet this market is awesome. I love open air market shopping. Anni clearly enjoys the wheatgrass. I must get some for my cats. Thx for the fun post & keep on sewing! (and writing)
IKABAGS said…
I had a lot of mistake for writing sorry...:)
*Open air market
*tomatoes
But still I am learning everyday new words !
Andddd ANNI so so pretty !
My boys are boring sometimes but I said we need :))) They are understanding :)))
Thanks again
Feyza- I understood everything you wrote. I know English is not your first language. You write very well!!! I am always impressed. :)
By the way, a bazaar and market are the same thing so you were correct!

Wishing you and your family all the best!
Unknown said…
I've just found your blog and it's great! I love the pic of Anni eating wheatgrass! The Union Square market is a great spot to shop. I had no idea that many people hit it each week. wow!

Your bags are beautiful!
Amy
Meltem said…
Elisa, your Anni so sweet:) I have a cat you know, I love cats!

I hope to visit Union Square some day. I just read about that on wikipedia and so impressed.
Sounds like a fabulous place to go!

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