It’s been a pretty low-key week over here, on Sunday we set up at Clutter s i x here in Buffalo and spent the day outside in the beautiful weather, selling our goodies. It was a fun day, we saw lots of friends and family and it was great to just be outside soaking up the beautiful weather while we still have it. We also completed two more prints in our ongoing series of kitchen and food related prints, a collaboration between my two loves, Hero Design Studio and Tasty Yummies. Eventually I will be adding a small store tab here on the site so they can be purchased right from here, but for now you can nab those or any of our other products from our etsy store or our web store.
This weekend hubby is in Cleveland for an event (I’ll be staying home with the dog to keep travel costs low) and then we leave on Tuesday next week to head for Chicago for our good friends, Anne and Billy’s wedding and my hubby Mark and Billy are doing a live show for their podcast, so we have a lot going on. I am hoping to get some relaxation in this weekend, but I also have a few recipes I would like to get done before I go, too. We’ll see. Tomorrow is the Autumnal Equinox so I hope to get some sort of fall activity in to celebrate, maybe I’ll just head to the Meyer Brothers Cider Mill and grab a gallon of some delicious apple cider since I have been craving hot mulled apple cider! Sunday I plan to attend an autumnal equinox Vinyasa flow class to live music at my yoga studio, East Meets West. Sounds like a lovely way to celebrate the end of summer and the start of my favorite season.
What do you have planned for this weekend? Any fun fall activities to celebrate the Autumnal Equinox?
We buried St. Joseph outside near our for sale sign, in hopes of getting some luck selling the house.(An and old superstition/wives tale that many people swear by). I am certainly not a religious person, by any traditional means, but I definitely have a belief that there is more out there than us and I am willing to try anything to sell this house!
I took a quick trip to the Western New York Book Arts Center to pick something up and I had to sneak a peek of the amazing type collection in the basement.
It’s definitely a type-nerd / graphic designer’s dream down there.
I made my quinoa and goat cheese stuffed peppers early in the week with the abundance of peppers from our CSA. This time I left out the mushrooms and corn and added in some fresh kale, garlic and fresh herbs and I added chèvre from First Light Farm & Creamery to some of them.