After all the go, go, go, I was SO looking forward to sleeping in this morning. It has been over a month since I have had a free Saturday morning, so I was well overdue for a nice, long sleep. Giddy, I came home from dinner, slipped into my pajamas, and crawled into bed at 11 o'clock.
I woke up this morning, groggy, thinking it must be at least 1 p.m. I reached for my Blackberry to check the time (yes, it's on my nightstand -- sad, I know), and it was only 9 o'clock!! I used to be able to sleep well into the afternoon. Looks like I am losing the magic...
On the bright side, I felt well-rested and still had the whole day in front of me!
I got dressed, and Josh and I headed to the Calabasas Farmers' Market, our new Saturday morning tradition.
It's such a fabulously grey and drizzly day, so it almost felt like we were back in the Northwest.
I was really excited to find a bunch of baskets of different types of lettuce leaves.
We had to come home with a bag.
Everything was so fresh. I have never seen Josh so excited about vegetables. :)
And, of course, we loaded up on Josh's favorite food in the world: potatoes.
The Farmers' Market is a lot bigger than I thought it would be. It had little restaurant booths in addition to local produce.
Josh said it reminded him of Oly. It reminded me a little of the produce stands in the Campo where I lived in Rome. Either way, we both agreed that we would be back next weekend!