the quotidian (8.13.18)

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

Lunching alone.
Fancy supper at Nilda and Carmen’s house.

Street closed.

Street sweeper: because the number of times we’ve gotten nails in our tires is five.
The ceiling is up!

Putting the icing on the cake  I mean, the cement on the house.
Running wires.

My husband subcontracted out the plastering and is now suffering from a major case of Bicep Envy. 

When volunteers go on a let’s-decorate-the-jobsite-with-upcycled-trash bender.

After a (brief) early-morning mopping.

The “get out of my space and stop taking photos of my toes” look.

Uncle Dan.

After a day of work: the droppings.

This same time, years previous: the quotidian (8.14.17), spaghetti with vodka cream tomato sauce, grilled trout with bacon, Friday snark, totally worth it.

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