the quotidian (3.30.15)

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

Dreaming of bacon. 
(Or just grinning with relief that the pig fence is done.)
We are renaming her (the girl, not the pig) Fern.

He made the entire supper: roasted potatoes and sausages and scrambled eggs.

When we first drove over the bridge, my husband slowed the van to a reverential crawl. 
“Just look at those timbers,” he whispered. 
(Random fact: Virginia has 8 covered bridges; Pennsylvania has 197.)

New day, old barn.
Gentle giants: Belgians!
(Then again, they aggressively pummeled the stall doors with their massive hooves, 
so maybe “gentle” isn’t the right word after all.)

Made-to-order breakfast for Grandmommy: blueberries, bananas, and milk.
An evening with friends: enchanting.

This same time, years previous: wuv, tru wuv, on being together, Good Friday fun, warts and all, the boy and the dishes, cream puffs, oatmeal crackers, and coconut brownies.    

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