Today we took a glorious trip to the Farmer’s (nope, not that f-word) Market. I do not have any conscious memories of going there before today, except for seafood and breakfast one time. I feel like I probably went as a young child and screeched with boredom so my parents probably never took me back. Sorry mom, if I squashed your dreams of buying local produce. However, today I loved it. Spending time in Costa Rica really made me want to buy local produce and it was cool to see how easy it is to do just that here in Raleigh. Hopefully (money and convenience willing) I’ll be able to frequent the market.
And if anyone was wondering, the bananas they sell there are from Guatemala.
While I waited for my boys to explore, I grabbed a Skirt! magazine to read. Meghan always has them and I love the graphics on the front always, but I had never taken the time to read one until today! There was this awesome article about feminism (actually the whole issue was) and going to a women’s college. Ha HA! The writer, Kristin Hall of Agnes Scott College in Atlanta shared some completely hilarious thoughts about common misconceptions about going to an all-girl’s school…err….women’s college. Personally, I wasn’t really attracted to the feminist piece of the articles, but her commentary was freaking hilarious. Enjoy.
bras are expensive for one thing, and an Atlanta city ordinance restrics open fires.”
Anywho, the f-word was feminism.
Happy almost Monday.