the quotidian (10.11.21)

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

Look who came home for a visit!!!

She slept. . . a LOT.

First family supper in over eight months.

We had an early Thanksgiving!

It was so good I may have to do a repeat.

Butternut.

After-dinner entertainment.

Overproofed, grrr.

Lunch delivery for the critical care unit.

Crossword puzzles: such a bundle of thrills.

I’m playing Ultimate again.

Does your kitchen have a supermodel?

This same time, years previous: khachapuri, if you ask a Puerto Rican to make a pincho, the relief sale doughnuts of 2018, the quotidian (10.10.17), the quotidian (10.10.16), the boarder, home, party on, the quotidian (10.10.11), old-fashioned brown sugar cookies.

One Comment

  • Hummingbird

    Love the early Thanksgiving. I know Canada celebrates much earlier than the US. The end of November has always seemed off to me. It’s too darn cold in New England at the end of November to be sitting outside eating as we are told was the case for the first Thanksgiving.

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