|Wynter and Knight this summer on Salt Spring Island|
And I have my own two daughters, Knight and Wynter, ages almost 7 and almost 9, who go to Coupeville Elementary School. About the same size as Sandy Hook in a small, quiet town not much bigger than Coupeville. Being able to meet them when they got off the bus yesterday, giggling and whining at the same time, was a pleasure I can't deny yet feel guilty knowing those parents in Newton Connecticut who will never experiencing meeting a school bus the same again.
|Knight with one of her 4-H chickens|
Yet the show must go on and we do have the veggies picked and packed. So how can I do what I do and somehow lend something of comfort or ease to the families in Newton? Well...I've decided that for today I'm going to donate 10 percent of my market profits to the Newton Youth and Family Services organization which does appear to be already taking donations to help the families and community deal with the aftermath of this event. http://www.newtownyouthandfamilyservices.org/
You can also make a donation and I will send it in with mine.
And I just heard from Tree-Top Baking and the boys tell me they are going to be doing a similar donation drive with their sales today and Vicky at Little Brown Farm is going too as well. I wouldn't be surprised if other market vendors join this effort today at the Bayview Holiday Market.
|Wynter is quite the athlete (like her Dad, not me!)|
So, on that somber note...Here is the list of veggies we will have today at market:
* Dry Beans in 1 lb bags and we also have seed packets (great stocking stuffers!) - Rockwells, Peregions, Hutterites, Barn Floor, Black Coco, Tiger Eye and Arikara
* Potatoes - 10 and 2 lb bags
* Onions - Storage, red and gold cippolini
* Garlic Braids
* Brussel Sprouts
Willowood Farm of Ebey's Prairie