Is there anyone out there who doesn’t know that today is election day in the U.S.? I seriously doubt it. And, as I’ve said many times before, even though it’s not my election, I am involved. Engaged. And worried. There’s a lot at stake, not just for Americans, but for the whole world.
And regardless of who wins, there will be an impact on Canada. There always is. After all, we’re not only neighbours, we’re trading partners. We depend on each other, although sometimes I think politicians forget that. Another story, for another time.
Anyway, I’ve decided I need a distraction. It is going to be a long wait, I think, until we know who’ll be in the White House for the next four years. We’ll probably be up quite late tonight, biting our nails. A trip to the grocery store, yesterday, inspired me.
I’m going to distract myself with food. Figs, in particular. Fresh figs.
There’s a relatively short season for them. In fact, I’m surprised I managed to find some. Not that I was looking, mind you. But there they were. One more little package of four, Continue reading