the quotidian (2.6.17)

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

Slurp and crunch: Christmas colors in February.
Always a hit.

My contribution to the food flash mob (my wording, not theirs) at our local mosque.

Picking them over: for the cheese.

Breakfast of champions for a brand new 11-year-old.

She made him chicken chuchitos (and guacamole).

When you have a bonafide Spanish teacher in your house, sit up straight and pay attention. 
Looks like this might me the extent of the snow this winter: what a bummer.

One of the kids, at least, is ready for spring.

My (futile) floor-stomping reflex makes her laugh.
Some wicked-sharp carving tools for the birthday boy, much to the older kids’ horror (and jealousy).

Clothesline sentinel.

Bedtime snuggles and kisses. 

This same time, years previous: object of terrorloss, cheesy bacon toasts, chocolate mint chip cookies, eight, seven, travel tips, the perfect classic cheesecake, learning to draw, lemon tart, and potatoes with roasted garlic viniagrette.


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