Our power was off for a couple of days this week, due to the tropical storm. Having a 4- and 2-year-old at home with no electricity (and not able to play in the backyard because of all the rain) isn't the most fun for them, so we packed up and drove to Atlanta.
Oh, we had the best time! We went to Ikea...(they were installing some new kitchens!):
...had lunch at Bagel Palace:
kippered salmon salad + whitefish salad...mmmmmm....
...and when we were leaving, Av mentioned we were in town since our power was out in AL, and they gave us free bagels! How nice is that? Thank you, Bagel Palace!
The big score was bringing home some frozen, ready-to-bake H&H Bagels from NYC at another shop. Yum.
We snacked on a couple of eggrolls from Chai Peking at the Toco Hills Kroger, then did a little more shopping at Your Dekalb Farmer's Market. It is huge. Huge-huge. This is their 'stand':
We declare the world is designed to work. We are responsible for what does not work. We make the difference.
No matter how technologically advanced we become, we cannot escape our fundamental relationships with food and each other. The possibility of these relationships is the world market. In this context, the world works for everyone free of scarcity and suffering...