It started with Christmas. Otherwise known as Veggie Overdose 2010. Compliments of Loon Organics.
Boxes and Brussels.
Unfortunately I didn't get to the shop in time to meet the farmer, but I did get there in time to at least pick up the veggies. So what's all in the boxes? Christmas Cheer.
This picture doesn't do my produce justice. The parsnips, carrots, spinach and beets bags are just filled. I do, however, love how the sunlight shines in on just the one butternut squash. I think that means it's special. So special, in fact, that my booze had to get some new roommates.
Greatest Cupboard Ever.
To continue my weekend of good finds, I also went to the Mall of America yesterday. Since I want to run outside, and since outside is quickly becoming a refrigerator, I had to buy some cold-weather running gear. I normally don't post pictures of clothing finds, but Kelly over at Fitting Back In always posts her posh apparel finds and has inspired me to post mine.
Old Navy. $15 Vest & $10 Long-Sleeved Fleece.
Marshalls. $13. Fleece & Fuzzy Inside.
Urban Outfitters. $5 Skirt. Not For Running.
Why are my clothes on the kitchen table, you ask? Well, because at 8 o'clock at night that's the only place in my apartment with decent light. So my tablecloth gets to be in the picture yet again.
In case you didn't notice, I'm a bargain shopper, especially when it comes to workout clothes. I just can't justify spending a ton of money on something if I'm just going to sweat in it and get it all gross. Party dresses and clothes for work? Sure. I'll spend the money. But not on soon-to-be pit-stained exercise gear.
Speaking of stylish exercise gear, do you know who else has style? Sheldon.
- Do you spend a lot on you workout clothes or are you like me and spend as little as possible?
- Do you have any recommendations for cold weather running clothes?
- Let's place some bets. When do you think I'll have eaten all of the CSA veggies?