the quotidian (4.4.16)

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-lovingand very generousgreat aunt.
Math squats.

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.

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