Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Ribbons of sunshine.
Flour tortillas, with einkorn and sourdough.
YOU try pouring a three-gallon bowl of milk into a pitcher.
Meat pie in an einkorn pastry crust.
Ricotta cake: in development.
Old apples, freezer-burned rhubarb, and wine berries makes for one heck of a fruit crisp, FYI.
Honey bee latte, with a touch of sweet whimsey.
She had a solo (well, a duet) and didn’t tell anyone except me.
This same time, years previous: both ends, it takes a village, in the night air, the quotidian (4.18.16), cheesy popcorn, joining the club, fun and fiasco: chapter three, picking us up, it just kind of happened.
Milk can be SO messy!
Love seeing that your dogs have become good buddies.
That is a beautiful picture of your daughter!!
Kris Shank Shank Zehr
Do the flowers in hand mean that you told the others of her solo (well, duet) before the concert?
Nope! My mom got her flowers, too, but because it was her last concert. (My husband didn’t even know, and my niece’s parents didn’t know, either — those girls!)