the quotidian (8.19.19)

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

At this point, being grateful is more of a decision and less an actual feeling.
I figured what with all the tomatoes, homemade pasta was in order.
Cold sweats: that’s what they’re giving me.
Vanilla bean buttercream: nailed it.
He said he needed something to read so I gave him one of my favorites.
The pooper scooper men came and took all our crap away, yay.
Post-run, cool-down: tracks.
Making me think. (Have you read it?)
Good fences make good neighbors (though in this case, the horse is on the wrong side).
Rain, finally.
Oh, lucky me  a double rainbow and two asses!

This same time, years previous: passion fruit juice, bourbon and brown sugar peach pie, the quotidian (8.17.15), proceed with abandon, starfruit smoothie, how to get your refrigerator clean in two hours, peach tart.


  • beckster

    I would be thrilled to take some of those tomatoes off your hands, but I am nowhere near, so you will have to suffer your bounty. Flowers for Algernon is one of my favorite books, too, it is such a poignant story. Glad all is well at the Murch place.

  • D

    I learned just last week that when you see a double rainbow, the colors on the top one are reversed because it's a reflection of the bottom one.

  • Margo

    Also, I wish I was your neighbor – I would take those tomatoes off your hands. I have yet to can a single tomato – I usually do it in early September.

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