Every summer, our local farmer’s market has a kids’ day, where kids are invited to sell their wares. Our mother/daughter book club participated for a second time this year. The girls and moms baked away one afternoon, and set up shop the next day. The girls decided that the money they earned would go to charity. This year they picked two, because they couldn’t decide on just one. The first was the Green Mountain Club, who is responsible for preserving and protecting the Long Trail, a trail that runs the length of VT. This one was in honor of one of the moms, who got married and hiked the entire trail this summer! The second charity was the Lund Family Center, a local organization that helps so many mothers and children each year. Everyone had a blast, and I hope that it will be a tradition that continues for many years to come.