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Monday, June 8, 2020
Hearts and Food
Just going back to the basics. With everything that is going on, I decided to go the uplifting route this week-two things that we need.- Hearts and Food. I wondered into a store in Half Moon Bay that sold stuff was made by local artists and saw all these hearts:
and decided to go a Farmers Market to get some fresh veggies:
Just simple things during this time of unrest to make us aware of things that we need. We all need to have a good heart and good healthy food to get us through tough times.
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The art and the food all look so beautiful. I keep thinking I need to check out my local Farmer's Market because I want to start buying locally as much as possible. I'm just not sure I can afford it. But you're right - it does a heart good to see some inspiring art and good food does the body good!ReplyDelete
The hearts are a lovely reminder to us all. The Farmers Market vegetables and fruit look good too, but as I am growing mine I will wait and see if they look that good when ready to harvest.ReplyDelete
LOVE those artistic hearts! And man, your Farmer's Market has lots of delicious looking fruits and veggies! I need to find one in my area! :)ReplyDelete
Great looking healthy choices for the heart with the foods, and who doesn't love the look of the heart shape. Happy week.ReplyDelete
I agree simple things hearts and food but it is what is needed at the moment! Thanks for sharing your thoughts #mlstlReplyDelete
It is good to notice the little things. They make us feel grounded when life is stressful.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos. Yes, it is the simple things that make a huge difference during these hard times.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing them and for joining us this week, Patrick.
Are those blood oranges?ReplyDelete
I ask because the ones we get in India don't have such a dark colour inside.
Thanks for the uplifting photos Patrick - I love the hearts especially because they're pretty and positive (both of which we need more of in the world!)ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I've shared on my SM 😊
Your post has a great point! I love those hearts and the food looks so good, being fresh from the fields :)ReplyDelete
I am excited to see your corner at 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks for linking up.
I, too, find comfort in simplicity. I like the compositions with the hearts, and all the shapes, colors and textures of the vegetable arrangements.ReplyDelete
Take care and hope you have a great week!
I like the hearts with the X's and O's on them.ReplyDelete
I love Half Moon Bay. Haven't been there in a bit either. I love the hearts and all of us love the farmers market. Yummy goodies there.ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.
Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Patrick. 😎
Great series of shots. Love the hearts.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/06/48-years-with-this-guy.html
Beautiful hearts. The one with the wings is calling my name. Haven't been to the farmer's market yet here, but I think at least one of ours has reopened. #MLSTLReplyDelete
What a lovely post Patrick. Hearts and food is a great combination. You are so right that it is the simple things in life,especially at the moment that can mean so much. Thanks for sharing and brightening our day at #MSLTLReplyDelete
Loved all the hearts I can't remember the last time I visited a farmers market this was wonderful :-)ReplyDelete
Have an artistictastic safe week 😷😷😷
Hearts and food are just what we need! Thanks for linking on Amanda’s Books and More!ReplyDelete
The hearts reminds us of love that is all around and within; we only need to spread it selflessly.ReplyDelete
Vegetables and fruits from the farmers' directly is a new approach to healthy food. Many now prefer these organic and fresh produce.
Have a great week ahead Patrick
I love this post, Patrick! I used to not like heart motif things but have since grown to love them. And I am so happy that your farmer’s market is open. I don’t think our local farmer’s market is happening this year. Boo. Thanks for linking up!ReplyDelete
The simple things in life are the most precious of all.ReplyDelete