Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Flowers (not ours, but at this point I’m not being picky) and raindrops: spring!
Music prop: a wigged out pumpkin as choir director.
To use, stare at pumpkin with laser focus while singing music from memory.
When regular words didn’t grab my attention, my son resorted to taking pictures of me.
(I was intent on writing an email to a friend—hey, Sarah!—on the other side of the world.)
Untangling a (very complicated) yarny knot.
When a soggy world blurs and runs together.
This same time, years previous: babies and boobs, braided bread, baby love, grape kuchen with lemon glaze, and coconut brownies.