the quotidian (5.18.20)

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

Cosmos for two, and then The Godfather.
Four cheeses and double the butter.
Buster came to visit.

She dyed her hair auburn and it looked no different than normal, ha!
Weeding, tilling, planting, mulching. 

For the tomatoes.

His new digs.
From the other angle.

They wouldn’t stop stupid arguing at supper so I sent them away from the table until they quit.

This same time, years previous: flying, flashfloods, and fireballs, the quotidian (5.14.18), inclusion, surprise!, the quotidian (5.16.16), chocolate peanut butter sandwich cookies, the quotidian (5.18.15), help, ’twas an honor, caramel cake.

6 Comments

  • Laurie Longenecker

    Did you learn about broken egg shells(calcium)for your tomato planting from your aunt Val? Because I just learned that from her.

    • Jennifer Jo

      That's funny! I don't believe I learned it from Val — I think I read it somewhere, but I have no idea. I don't even really remember why it's recommended, but I'm still doing it, out of habit, I guess.

  • Alta landis

    Friend of Shirley. Do you know what breed Buster is? My daughter just adopted one that looks like him. Thanks

    • Jennifer Jo

      All we know is he's got some sort of terrier in him. The previous owner thought his parents might be part Wheaten Terrier…

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