(Before It's News)
Quotidian: daily, usual or customary;
everyday; ordinary; commonplace
Breakfast for the man who goes running with me.
It never pays to overfill the pies.
Clean dishes, dirty windows.
Let me in!
Pie and ice cream: contrary to all appearances, we do have silverware.
All for a hot lunch.
(Illicit photo, courtesy of my older son)
This same time, years previous: the quotidian (3.7.16), tradition, by the skin of my gritted teeth, girl party, to market, to market, the quotidian (3.5.12), oatcakes, bacon and date scones.
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.