It started to rain pretty hard on our way home and I figured the town fireworks would surely be canceled. Since Nathan hadn't napped, he wouldn't be able to stay awake for them anyway. So we were pleasantly surprised when they started going off promptly at 9:30, despite the rain, and we had a PERFECT view from our house. I was a little bummed that the continuous drizzle prevented me for setting up my tripod and taking photos (these photos are two years old) but the display was terrific, and at least we were in the dry comfort of our bedroom.
This morning we got up and headed to the Phoenixville Farmer's Market. The market is consistently rated one of the best in Philly, and in four years of living here I had never been. I was thrilled to see all the fabulous homemade breads and I bought several loaves, and a mouth-watering cinnamon roll from Sweetwater Baking Co. Not to mention some fresh produce and sausage. Upon seeing all the bumper stickers in the parking lot and the granola types walking around with their reusable shopping bags, Mike declared himself the only Republican there.