A wool sweater? Yep...the weather has been indecisive. Underneath I have a tank top and a gauze top. The pants are a not-as-successful-of-a-version as I'd like attempt of the pattern I've been trying to get right. Good enough for at home though. I'm going to try again tomorrow...it's supposed to rain so good day for sewing.
It is warm enough that the roses are blooming...
And there are now cucumbers and zucchini at the farmer's market.
From the farmer's market: sugar snap peas, cucumber, radish, carrots, feta and the olives! I was told the olives were from the family farm in Greece. Because they have been "processed" locally they can be sold at the farmer's market. They also had flavored olive oils for sale but couldn't sell their "plain" olive oil.
The rest: Falafel, loosely using this recipe, sugar snap peas added & mint from the garden; buttermilk/olive oil dressing. The buttermilk is also local and the garbanzo beans are grown in Washington.
Wishing everyone a joyful meal!