the quotidian (1.19.15)

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

Farmer Girl breakfast: cracked wheat pancakes.
(But with this leftover porridge in place of the cooked cracked wheat.)

Have you ever tried Pink Lady apples?
They’re delicious—sweet and crispbut even if they weren’t, 
I’d still eat them, simply for the pink factor.
About a six-month supply: so much cheaper when buying straight from the farmer.
Roasted cabbage!
Reading to her cousin, yes, but the real reason for this photo is the pierced ear.
After getting them pierced in Guatemala, she let them grow closed. Then at Thanksgiving, after hearing her aunt recount piercing her own ears as a child, this girl snuck off to her room and re-pierced her own ear. But just one! She plans to be a pirate next Halloween. 
After getting bucked off (and the ensuing wild horse chase), some good, old-fashioned discipline.
For a little boy, from The Grands: the perfect doodling book and these erasable colored pencils.
Nothing happened. 

This same time, years previous: the things people say, cream cheese dip, the good and the bad, educational thoughts, kind of, cheesy polenta with sauteed greens, snapshots and captionschuck roast braised in red wine, and peanut noodles.

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