Man, what a weekend. Was been busy from first light on Saturday until late Sunday night. I have to go back to work just to get some rest. Still, that's the way I prefer it - I'd rather be busy than bored.
Hit the ground running on Saturday. Up early, walked the dogs, short run, then off to the Farmer's Market. Small, farmer's market at the old sugar plant where a lot of local farmers and artisan sell their stuff. Our Golden foster group has negotiated a spot at the market just to promote our group. Lots of happy, hot dogs. Of course, being Goldens, they are always the center of attention.
Came back and mowed the yard (good thing since it rained hard later in the day. Then we threw on our country chic and headed off to the wedding. Held on a local ranch/park down south of here. Used to be a large ranch that was donated to the state as a park/museum/event area. It is a working ranch with several older homes/barns and will host many corporate events. They also have a small chapel for weddings. Very nice affair.
Of course, it wouldn't be a wedding without a longhorn steer.
I had a serious hankering for some good Mexican food so I hit the road to this little place I know. Bit of a drive, but very good food, very popular, always open. This place has been in business for many, many years (since 1941) that is open 24/7 (yes, 24 hours a day). They are also located in a Mexican Market where you can find your ukulele or sombrero.
This place is very popular and it seems like everyone goes there. Of course, you never know WHO you will run into while strolling through the market.