When you have a big hungry son, an even bigger, hungrier husband, and the biggest, hungriest fetus growing inside your belly (so what if it’s 4 pounds?!) you spend a lot of time at the grocery store. In fact, I feel like I’m ALWAYS there. Always picking up some random ingredient for dinner and always doing the weekly grocery shopping. And frankly, I hate buying food. I’d so much rather be spending cash on clothes or makeup or something much less practical than sustenance.
However, today I found the most adorable little market where I’m sure I’ll do all my shopping from now on. Whereas most grocery stores are hideous concrete eyesores with florescent lights and ugly parking lots, The Good Earth Market looks like a little cottage. It’s covered in shake shingles and surrounded by an organic farm and garden. Very quaint.
And it’s not just cute — it has all the random items that I’ve learned I can’t live without like raw organic apple cider vinegar, probiotic kefir, grass-fed and finished beef, and sprouted live grain bread. You know, what I like to call “miracle foods” that in one way or another, I’ve been suckered into believing are the elixir of life and will make me look younger and skinnier than ever before. And healthier. Yeah, can’t forget that one…
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