Monday, June 24, 2013

kale chick. day three-hundred-seventeen

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Welcome to the garden!!!!
Things are becoming productive on the farm, I have been harvesting Kale and lettuce every morning for breakfast and lunch! It is incredible to be eating food that is picked moments before from your backyard. It makes me so happy. As part of the slow movement it is my understanding that growing your own food is the slowest you can go! Just like making your own clothes! It has been super toasty so while weeding I don't generally wear that many clothes. It has also been very wet so thank goodness I got these rain boots at a garage sale.
 
 
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As summer progresses I cannot wait to keep pulling things out of the garden! So yummy. Everything is growing so well we couldn't be happier. What are you growing in your garden this year?
 
 
Thanks to my sister for her photography skills! 
 
 
~Outfit Details~
Top: Thrifted | Shelby's Place
Shorts: Cutoffs from pants that were thrifted | Hope's Outlet
Boots: Garage Sale $1 (crazy right!)
Hat: Garage Sale



2 comments:

  1. woah $1 boots?! now THATS a purchase! and how cool that you have your own farm. it must be so amazing knowing exactly where your food came from and that it's nice and clean :)

    xo marlen
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  2. Thanks for bringing some of that homegrown goodness to Chicago!! :) <3

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