Monday, January 6, 2014

the quotidian (1.6.14)

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


The last of the Christmas pretzels.


Clowning cousins.


Just another one of their random games.


Slowly but surely: I am doing it.


Sick girl in a ballgown.


A Christmas present from my husband's mother to my older daughter: 
my daughter's great grandmother's wedding dishes.
Follow?


Learning the proportions of the face.


Red. 
(And dead.)


The end of Christmas.

8 comments:

  1. oh my WORD - I just cleaned up a crap ton of needles and why did it never occur to me to take the tree out in a sheet?!!! I was so glad to see that tree leave!

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  2. I hope the spirits of all beautiful wild birds will forgive me, but I laughed at "Red. (And dead.)"

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  3. Red and Dead made me laugh.

    I always love your picture. You always seem to catch the perfect moments.
    ~FringeGirl

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  4. Your "Quotidian" posts are always fun. Thank you for the peek into your life. Happy Week to you! Camille :)

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  5. Red and dead as in look Mom I found a dead bird or Red and dead as in Christmas tree ornament?

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    1. As in, Look, Mom, I found a dead bird.

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  6. That ball gown looks like one Mavis got at a thrift store?? If you are feeling sick you might as well dress up for the occasion.

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