the quotidian (6.30.14)

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



Sweetness.

With peanut butter and Biscoff spread.

(Although, with tweaking, the dressing has promise.) 
(Also, I would probably prefer the chickpeas un-roasted.)

My babies left me!
(Yessssss.)
He found some steel wool.

And then I made limeade.

Do you see what is happening here?

Sibling love. 

This same time, years previous: blueberry pie, goat cheese whipped cream, drying apricots, red beet greens, and a potential problem

4 Comments

  • karen

    Okay. I totally have to know about the steel wool thing. That is pretty awesome. I. Must. Know.

    Also, the kitty thing is adorable. So says my 11 year old.

    • Jennifer Jo

      Just buy steel wool, stick it inside an old whisk with a piece of twine attached to the handle, light it, and swing it wildly around your head. Free fireworks! (I think I learned about this "game" from a photography blog…?)

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