Sometimes, I forget how I look to the outside world. Remember the last time I was at Strawberry Fields Natural Food Store? My bad.
With a new year's resolution to eat healthier, I went back to Strawberry Fields. Strawberry Fields consistently offers healthy options for all diets.
Gluten free? Got ya covered.
Vegan? Got ya covered.
Vegetarian? Got ya covered.
Everything in between? Got ya covered.I was in a rush and didn't seek out the manager to explain why I would be taking photographs. I didn't stop to think that it might appear odd to find a woman hunched over the produce, taking pictures of the goods.
It didn't help that I was repeating, "bok choy, bok chooooooy." I can't explain why, but I love to say, "bok choy." Kind of like saying, "behoove," it is just one of those things that brings me joy to say.
I explained that I was taking pictures for my blog and that Strawberry Fields is one of my sponsors. I may or may not have rambled about the joys of saying "bok choy."
Moving from the produce, I swooned over the coffee selections.
Similar to the children's book, If You Give A Mouse A Cookie, one thing led to another. If you give me produce, I might feel like I need a caffeinated reward.
If you give me a cup of coffee, I might need a little something sweet on the side.
If you give me one cupcake, you might as well give me two.
My new year's resolution to eat healthier is made possible by Strawberry Fields. If I must eat a cupcake, it is healthier to eat a vegan cupcake, right? I am pretty sure that if you eat bok choy first, the cupcake doesn't count against you. Fact.