the quotidian (3.9.20)

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

Bow to the taco. 

Boy eats.
Mama eats: spinach, egg, bacon, and blue cheese on a grilled bun. 

And bacon, avocado, and egg on toasted bagel.
(The chickens are laying again.)

Proof pretty. 

Whoever said one cannot live on bread alone obviously never tried this.

Al fresco.
Singing and swinging.

Hope springs eternal: every evening, like clockwork. 

Exercising my rights: running to vote.

First time!

Soul pick-me-uppers. 

P.S. At 8:36 this morning, a new scientific survey popped up in my inbox:

Did you know that, according to Journal of Public Relations and Human Dependence, “4 out of 5 blog readers prefer having the quotidian available to them before eight o’clock in the morning” (Murch, 2020)?  

Source: Murch, Jonathan. Journal of Public Relations and Human Dependence. Science Daily. New Harper Publishers. https://nWsltpsWRDknMMwGnwmbgFGSbdzpLrvvpvH  vjCWDQTmgMnfpclxbjhTMPbingScienceDaily. Accessed March 8th, 2020. 

This same time, years previous: another adventure, Shannon’s creamy broccoli soup, the quotidian (3.7.16), the singing bowl, every part of me, wintry days, to market, to market, work, oatcakes, bacon and date scones with Parmesan.


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