Monday, March 17, 2014

the quotidian (3.17.14)

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


Sucking lemons.


How the-kid-who-is-always-in-motion sits.


My kitchen station: phone, scones, (empty) wine glass, knitting.


Slice and bake: works like a charm.
I've started freezing my cookie dough in logs. No mess, no pain, ALL gain.


Applesauce popsicles: a favorite from my childhood.
That they're in the exact same kind of popsicle molds makes me exceedingly happy.


The better to see you with, my dear: practicing her music for choir
(And yes, she does have a wee bit of trouble focusing. Why do you ask?)


First book.
Can you guess what word the "E" picture stands for?


Reading lesson, from my younger son's perspective.


The same reading lesson, from my perspective.


The view from my window.


Work? Play?
You decide.


In hope of fruit.


In the night kitchen.


This same time, years previous: our house lately, and oatmeal pancakes

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    1. Uh, no. We're not THAT sophisticated.

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    2. Darn, that was my guess too! I learned that word from crossword puzzles...lol.

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  2. "E" stands for E-V-I-L! Bwahahahaha!

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  3. I have those exact popsicle makers. I'm jealous of the outside activities. I'm looking at a snowstorm today.

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  4. love your night kitchen. And I have those same popsicle molds - from my husband when he was a kid.

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  5. My daughter guessed Evil too. Eeeeeevil!

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  6. I love your night kitchen, too...so cozy and inviting...a nice way to end the day.

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