Monday, May 11, 2015

the quotidian (5.11.15)

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


Just-picked.


Boiled taters.


For when there is no swimming pool.


If you leave a piece of clothing outside, an animal will sleep on it.


Amigas.


Tallying the jumps.


Dilated.


On loan: the neighbor's horse.


Cool-down.


Riding bareback: the repercussions.


Kids + a flaming torch = no more tent caterpillars.


How many Murches does it take to till the garden?


Making me happy.

This same time, years previous: happy weekending, one more thing, margarita cake, lemony spinach and rice salad with fresh dill and feta, hummus, and the mother of his children.  

4 comments:

  1. What is it with these underdressed men?

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  2. Mr. Handsome has some serious farmer tan action going on there!

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  3. (Narrows eyes) Do I see some of that consarned chickweed? Oh, it is Taking Over my raspberry bed. I had a mighty yanking session, probably to limited effect.

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    1. Is that the sticky stuff? (I hardly know the names of my plants, let alone their accompanying weeds!)

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