Tuesday, October 2, 2018

the quotidian (10.2.18)

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

Fall colors.

The milk bar.

Dog pile.

Dog bones.

Snap! goes the rubberband: no more bull.

First time.

For math class: a temporary tat.

Fixing all our computers.


This same time, years previous: twelve thousand donuts, the soiree of 2014, a lesson I'd rather skip, the quotidian (10.1.12), a book, a dangerous book, pulled braised beef


  1. You probably already know this, but when castrating with rubber bands, it is important to give the calf (or lamb) a shot of tetanus antitoxin. Costs about five dollars or less, and you can get it at your feed store or Tractor Supply. Especially on a farm where horses have been around, this is very important. Your calves look great, and it is good for you that you have a whole feeding crew!!

  2. Wonderful pictures. Life is good isn't it!