Day 79 #isolationcreationpartdeux ⠀ ⠀ Eloise finished the last of the eggs this morning for breakfast. I needed to go out for staples, and I had forgotten that on Tuesdays a smaller version of the market comes to a corner of my village. Wow, it’s Tuesday. Ok. I was delighted to turn the corner and see all the farmers there. And then there, like silver reflections off the calm clear waters were two trout. I have never seen trout before at this market! How splendid they were with their dots and slithery snake-like skin. I made the loop to the toll of the bells, some cheese, some cabbage, discounted end-of-the-season grapes. Ah, I need a crusty bread, I hear Épicerie Vert has a good selection today. I go and spend a few minutes discussing the options, ultimately he knows me and pulls out “la jolie pour la photographie”. It is that simple, life.
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