(Before It's News)
Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Heading out: of a Virginia morning.
Should I pick her up?
Best-ever indulgence: brownie
, vanilla ice cream, caramel sauce.
The kid is constitutionally unable to eat popcorn without spilling.
Supper, going up in flames.
And some people think my husband is quiet. Ha.
For after the last show: a surprise cake
for the new 17-year-old.
The people who got to eat it.
Arriving home. (We’re popular.)
Forget eggs. This chicken sits on sheep.
The kids went away for a weekend (to church retreat) and then came back.
This same time, years previous: our cracking whip, the reading week, random, breaking news, a silly supper, aging, cheddar cheese fondue, and brown sugar syrup.
Jennifer Jo lives with her husband John and their four children on five acres in rural Virginia where she (kinda-sorta-maybe) homeschools the kids, gardens, bakes, and reads. You can find more of her musings and lots of recipes at her web-log mamasminutia.blogspot.com.