71 Days

What I did during my summer vacation…

Day 12 – Visiting Wabi Sabi Farm – Yum

I had a great time today visiting my brother Jimmy and his wife Johnna, aunt Sandy and assorted neices and nephews (all wonderful) at their farm in the thriving metropolis of Cordesville. It is God’s country, which is right where Jimmy and his family belong. Jimmy and Jo began farming for profit this year and you can find them at the Mt. Pleasant, Moncks Corner and Summerville Farmer’s Markets. They both know a lot about what they’re growing and can answer lots of questions — and they also sell some fantastic clams and shrimp from McClellanville.

Right now, I’m boiling corn to go in my famous black bean and corn salsa and getting ready to fry some super fresh squash, slice tomatoes for hamburgers and chop up cantalope (or antelope as we like to call it) for a super fresh, fantastic dinner! Woot Woot Lauren – you’d love it! I am truly blessed with a super family! So go buy your fruits and veggies from them.ImageImageImageImage

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