the quotidian (8.1.16)

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

Good morning, World.
For breakfast: granola, with a side of poetry.

Limeade concentrate: for extra yum, serve with seltzer, tequila, and lots and lots of ice.

A writer’s haze and the fuel to counterbalance it.

He decided to sort all the books.

Broom handle-and-kitchen stool fort.

Cat stole.

Yak yak yak. Yak yak. Yakyakyakyakyak. Yak yak, yak. Yak yak! Yak.
Dubbed “The Owl” because he swivels his head like an owl when he looks to the left. 
On today’s agenda: eye surgery to fix it.

The long and short of it.

Our little friend is back!

Rain, to go with the humidity.

This same time, years previous: my deficiency, story of a trusty skirt, a pie story, do you strew?, joy, babies, boobs, boo-boos, and bye-byes, blueberry torn-biscuit cobbler, he ate cicadas, and tomato bread pudding.

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