the quotidian (11.19.18)

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

Sometimes I get hungry (there are beans and rice under there, too).
Breakfast biscuits: self-rising flour, butter, sour milk.
Taking peanut butter apples to a new level.
Coming up: apple, grape, cherry, shoofly, etc…
Cleaning out the fridge: a bit o’ rice, grilled chicken, collards, lemon, squash.

Bread flour by the old-fashioned-ladies-with-bustly-butts tin.
Sillies.

Seasonal confusion. 
Ice leaf.
The wireless keyboard that I bought because my laptop keyboard stopped working 
is now also breaking, whimper-sob.

I have paparazzi. Therefore, I am.
Also, this is why I no longer comb my hair when it’s dry.

This same time, years previous: smoking success, spiced applesauce cake with caramel glaze, in my kitchen: noon, how to use up Thanksgiving leftovers in ten easy steps, red lentil soup with lemon and spinach.

5 Comments

  • farm buddy

    I have that same brand of wireless keyboard, but the ergonomic model, and I have had very good luck with it. I got it in May, and I use it quite a bit. Maybe you could contact someone from the company about it. Good luck and Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Nicky

    The wireless keyboard I bought because my laptop keyboard doesn't work goes through batteries like nobody's business, and often doesn't work. I feel your pain.

  • kay saylor

    I had to laugh. I have the same hair. Literally, color, cut and craziness. Took me over half my life to realize not to touch my hair once it is dry.

  • Goatldi

    Ah sisters in hair. If God intended us to milk cows and do battle with dry masses of hair He would have given us four hands.

  • dr perfection

    Sisters: every night before you retire, put a little 100% argan oil on your hands and run them through your hair ends, never on the scalp. Then go to sleep and have pleasant dreams.

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