the quotidian (5.19.14)

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



A strategic hint from my children.

Irony. 
(The title of the magazine is Faces.)

Morning chores under cover of Mother Nature’s invisibility cloak.

The beautiful ordinary.
Rain watching.
Leaf armor.

Rellenitos: better than I remembered.

Fat and fatigued: three weeks to go.
Saturday supper.

He loved this book to the point of actually memorizing parts of it.

Bare feet, sunshine, and green, ahhhh.

This same time, years previous: help, a burger, a play, and some bagels, ’twas an honor, baked brown rice, my favorite things, rhubarb streusel muffins, strawberry spinach salad, caramel cake, cinnamon tea biscuits, and talking points, rained out.

8 Comments

  • Rebecca

    I LOVE the baby studying up on how to be an effective teen. I approve of working ahead. And do you like your ice cream maker? I'm thinking this might be the year I get one.

  • beckster

    The beautiful ordinary – that's a lovely phrase. Almost as good as The Magic of Ordinary Days which is a book/movie. It's a grace to be able to wallow in and appreciate the pleasures that are available to us every day. Thanks for reminding me so often!

  • Camille

    The hint your kids left made me smile. What type did you make? And…that dog's eyes…she looks a little pathetic. Your daughter's armour is very creative…still inspired by *Hook*? Your quotidian posts are some of my favourites. Did you get the title name from somewhere or is it yours?? (I've always wondered.) Have a wonderful week! Hugs, Camille

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