This morning Frida and I walked two miles. She made it look easy. Nice and cool, so good to take advantage of it.
Then I trailered Frida to the garden. A couple of days with some rain have things looking great. I brought home thinned beets and volunteer mustard. I blanched the mustard, squeezed it into a rope and cut it into bit sized nuggets. They get dipped in tamari as they are eaten resulting in the yummiest greens I know how to make. The baby beet greens will be eaten raw with dressing.
I pedaled to the coop to get some midweek provisions. Pad thai for dinner tonight and I was out of scallions, tofu and red peppers. The coop was out of bean sprouts. We’ll live.
Finally I trailered Frida to a coffeeshop where I got hopped up on a small cold brewed coffee (I’ve all but stopped drinking the stuff so when I do I am easily revved) and she soaked up lots of stranger love.
Eight miles of pedaling and two walking make an even ten. I’ve earned a beer.
Hope you too have enjoyed some easy living.