the quotidian (4.7.14)

Quotidian: daily, usual or customary; 
everyday; ordinary; commonplace



Soaking up the color. 
Transitioning.
I used to buy big, loose-leaf calendars for the fridge until I got smart 
and just drew lines on a piece of paper.

From the outside looking in. 
Heading out on my morning run, I spied this quiet moment and had to run back inside for my camera.

Multi-tasking: doing math while keeping an eye on her dog.

School lunches.

Because eyeliner shouldn’t be limited to just eyes.

Bookish cuzzes.
Dire straits: the wardrobe situation.

Two males, a giant hole, and a fixed pipe.

Saturday baking.

Waiting to be rolled into Russian pancakes along with Feta, mozzarella, and Parmesan.
A brand new bottle for the olive oil. 
(I broke the old one when when I was scrabbling to hide—from the children—the candy I was sneaking.)

Lemon meringue pie always tastes better when eaten while wearing gloves.
Mystery photo.
I doubt anyone will guess it correctly, but then again, maybe it’s easier than I think?

This same time, years previous: yellow cake, daffodils and horses, cardamom orange buns, and writing it out.

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