Everyday has been chosen for the Header Challenge theme this week and it has been chosen by Sandy. Now when I first saw the theme I thought what does that mean? What am I going to do for the theme everyday? Then I realized that it’s really just anything that I do everyday or that happens everyday to me or someone else or to everyone else. When I thought of it that way it was much easier.
As you can see in my header there are three pictures the first of a tea pot and cup, well its said that an Englishman must have his cup of tea “everyday” to see him through the day and in a lot of peoples cases many cups of tea.
The second photo is of a freshly baked loaf of bread. We bake our own bread “everyday” its much nicer than the shop bought loaves and so easy to make.
The third photo is some eggs in our ceramic chicken collected “everyday” from our small flock of hens. They’re really tasty with a rich golden yolk.
We also grow some of our own fruit and vegetable's, not many but a few. For those that don’t wish to, or don’t have the facilities to do the same the local markets are a great source of produce.
Everyday the traders are selling their wares in our towns and villages.
I visited the market in the town of Boston Lincolnshire to see what everyday trading was going on.
There was fruit and veg…
Tomatoes & Mushrooms
You could buy your various breads too…
There was even a stall that just sold eggs (fresh and pickled).
I liked the look of this stall, full of cakes…
This very bright stall was a sweet toothed heaven and probably a dentists hell, with row upon row of confectionaries.
Amongst the myriad of other types of stalls that make up the market in Boston, there is even a luggage stall where you can pick up a bag or even a trolley to take all your purchases home in.
Everyday most of us have enough to eat and drink, spare just a moment in your busy life to think about those who don’t have enough everyday. If any of you are able, my daughter is going to Kenya next year as part of a World Challenge Expedition to support just some of these under privileged children, and needs sponsorship. You can support her via the link in my right hand column or via her website at: http://keziahsworldchallenge.blogspot.com/ Thank you.