I am posting tonight because I have an early morning. We are doing a special activity at MOPs in the morning....a Momazon. Our members who have businesses are being showcased. I cannot wait to see what all our mommies have to share with us!
Today I went out to Deborah's for lunch. There is a beautiful weeping willow in Deborah's side yard.
Nothing says spring like a weeping willow!
After lunch I headed to the local Mennonite Bakery for some items.
This little store has really expanded its inventory in the last year! It is no longer just a bakery, it has all kinds of interesting food stuffs and baking products for sale.
Here is what I purchased there....
Their sour dough bread is just tres magnific! The apple butter is a new product I am trying and it was good but not as good as my brother in law, William's apple butter. The sesame sticks are priced very reasonably there and those little dehydrated marshmallows are a favorite of the grands. They taste like the charms in Lucky Charms!! And I have to confess, when I was putting these tasty treats away I ate a few of the marshmallows without even thinking about it. Then I went...OH NO...well I will pick myself up and start over!
A pastoral scene across the road from the bakery. This area of NoAla is called Massey. It is a tranquil little valley between Falkville and Lacon.
The Mennonite residents are known for their signage.
The Mennonite farms tend to be very well kept.
More signs of spring!!
And one last sign for you. Falkville is home to our county's Cowboy Church. One of my MOPs mom friends attends church there and I have to say, the services sound very interesting.
Even though it was an overcast day, I really enjoyed my trip to the country.