Fortunately, many things remain the same.
We live in a small, caring community. One where you don’t really have to remind folks to check on their neighbors; they’ve probably already done that, and more.
We have much to be grateful for, even in these crazy times. Beautiful sunsets and wildflowers starting to make their appearance. Thank goodness there’s no quarantine on Bluebonnets!
Xander and I also want to assure you that we’ve always cleaned and sanitized our preparation surfaces, tools, and equipment. And we wash our hands before and after every process.
None of that will change. If anything, we are doubling down, trying to think of ways we can make things even safer for our customers and ourselves.
It turns out that our online ordering and customer pickup idea is being adopted by all sorts of businesses. Glad ours is already set up!
Tomato seedlings, ready to go in the ground
We plan to continue growing, creating products, taking orders, and delivering fresh, nutritious food. After all, eating nutrient dense foods is one of the best ways to keep your immune system balanced and healthy.
Part of the microgreens we’ll harvest for this week’s deliveries
And yes, I’m continuing to make my small batches of yummy elderberry syrup.
Please meet me on the south side of the Blanco Square (3rd Street) to pick up your purchases Thursday, between 2:30 and 3:30. If the weather forecast is correct and we have thunderstorms, I’ll still be there, in my car. Just won’t set up my table.
And if you meant to order, but haven’t yet, please check out what we have in the store:
Real Foods Farm Store
Take care of yourself, and stay well.
See you Thursday!
Sherri & Xander
Real Foods Farm