the quotidian (5.22.23)

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

F4: friends, food, flowers, fun.

Cinnamon twists: a new recipe none of us liked.

About once a week, this is supper and I am happy.

Jam instead of mayo: try it!

Deep docks.

While I was at work, my daughter made cake.


If you come see me, there’s a good chance I’ll feed you cheese.

What I see.

What she sees.


Feed me, Seymour, nom-nom-nom.


Barnyard guests.

This same time, years previous: on being a family of four, chicken shawarma, garlic flatbreads with fresh herbs, a problem, the quotidian (5.22.17), sautéed lambsquarters with lemon, ice cream supper, finding my answers, the trouble with Mother’s Day, the quotidian (5.21.12).


  • Rachel

    On jam in the cheese and ham sandwich: I recently started putting orange marmalade in my bacon sandwiches. It WORKS. Now I want one.

  • Aleksandra

    Whoa, American cars really are big! I mean, I know it in theory, but to see it next to (half) a person really makes quite an impression.
    Sincerely, a European 😉

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