the quotidian (5.31.21)

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

Strawberry shortcakes, elevated. (My younger son calls them “cacks.” Get it?)

My older son ran the ten miles from town to our place, so I fed him.

The basement shelves are getting barer by the day.

Supper! All the berries, biscuits, and milk a boy could eat.

The dairyman, restocking.

For Mother’s Day, he took me for a ride.

The house got a bath.



At an outdoor concert: one-upping Zacchaeus.

The post-show show: dance moves, take two.

This same time, years previous: gluten-free bread, period, facts, the quotidian (5.29.17), the quotidian (5.30.16), an evening together, in her element, the race we saw, showtime!, down to the river to chill, barbecued pork ribs.

One Comment

  • LV

    Also science that teen boys are the ones with heart inflammation post second dose. Chest pain usually four days after. Be aware.

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