Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Asparagus beans, from a friend.
Tied into wreaths and then lightly steamed.
Sometimes my husband complains there isn’t enough granola. For his birthday, I shut him up.
All day long, dark and dreary.
This same time, years previous: a list, the adjustment, the quotidian (10.15.12), grab and go: help wanted, three vignettes: my husband, how to have a donut party, part one, apple cake, 2008 garden stats and notes.
You have a lovely family. I like the picture of your farmhouse in the fog. That would be a nice black and white print.
I like to read back through your same time last year links. Couple questions…why did you go to Nicaragua the 2 times? Was that part of a missions trip? I saw the building of the fort in one post and then in another later I saw the burning down of the fort. ???
1. The house: Thank you!
2. We volunteered with Mennonite Central Committee.
3. Forts, they come and go!
except for that glum one in the back.
your people know how to pose for a picture.