Chesapeake Bay Daughter and I had a great morning selling daffodils there, despite the fact that
We met quite a cast of characters--literally. The vendor across from us was a member of the Screen Actors Guild who has danced with Sandra Bullock and performed in a number of western films. I'll post a picture of him and the maker of the world's finest bloody mary mix as soon as I have an opportunity to upload the photos.
Chesapeake Bay Daughter did a fabulous job of selling our daffodils. We sold our entire inventory by 11:00, and the Gazette Journal took her photo. Contributing to those overall sales was another Mathews County blogger, who had never been to the Farmers Market before, but who now vows to come back because of all the fun and frivolity that goes on there.
All in all it was a great day, up until the point I accidentally baked a piece of jewelry underneath a spiral sliced ham.
After the Farmers Market, hoping for a jump start on Easter Day preparations, I shoved two hams--and evidently an ill-fitting pinky ring--into a baking pan under tin foil for 2-3 hours at 250 degrees, before applying a maple-brown sugar glaze and subsequently jacking the heat up to 375 for another 30 minutes or so.
FYI- If Chesapeake Bay Woman ever invites you over for Easter dinner, politely decline and make mention of the fact that you've already exceeded the recommended daily allowance of silver or any other precious metal.