Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Yet another flop: lemon poppy seed bread with sour cherries.
Twelve-year-olds can cook: when Mama has rehearsal and Papa hosts a work day.
With two of his loves: Silverstein and cream cheese.
First thing in the morning: cooking the leftover hot dogs for his lunch.
Oodles of horse stuff: from a horse-loving—and very generous—great aunt.
Nature’s hair dryer.
When the sun shines: kicking up those dirty heels.
Not sure who won this round.
April Fools’: and the head strikes again.
Including the next generation.
In Grandmommy’s kitchen.
This same time, years previous: red raspberry pie, an ecclesiastical funk, sun days, working lunches, the swollen eyeball, the quotidian (4.2.12), three stories, now, oven fries, chickpeas with spinach, my excuse, and spinach cheese crepes.
What an April fools….Your family is an inspiration!
They did stuff to the entire house. Days later I'm still finding stuff…like the mayonnaise is green. Crazy kids…!