Every weekend, Kansas City has a wonderful farmer's market downtown. It is a stimulation for the senses! We usually head down and grab a bite to eat at The Tikka House where we enjoy a curried tikka chicken wrap and finish off with some baklava! MMM my. Then we peruse the isles of fresh, colorful produce. The prices are so reasonable, they can't be beat. I just love stocking up on fruits and veggies that roll me through my weekly meals.
What made the weekend even better, after the farmer's market we strolled over to the once-a-month antiquer's heaven down in the West Bottoms. Every first Friday weekend, about 15 antique stores open up for 3 days only. There is so much to see! I just moved to Kansas City a few months ago, so this was my first time experiencing the excitement.
I made sure to photograph the spooky decor. I just love how you can gather everyday decor items (such as above), in blacks and whites and silvers, add vines or branches, and it looks like Halloween!
This inspires me to be creative with my decorating by altering items I already own. It's fun to see what other minds come up with!
And that's a peek at my weekend :)