May 25, 2015

The Quotidian (25. 5. 15)

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

A spring/summer wreath to replace the Christmas one.

Sometimes we do the papers without any children ~ for pay.
This was on one of the days they were gone adventuring.  :)

This is the best sauce!  (HOT, but good.)

And, this is how we enjoy it ~
brown rice, black beans, diced avocado, diced tomato, 
pickled jalapenos, sour cream ~ drizzled with Sriracha sauce.

The office and the men.

Our Austin's memory lives on.
(The music school as well as our online school have both created and funded
ongoing yearly scholarships/bursaries in his name.  What a wonderful blessing!)

One of the lovely gifts Miss M brought with her ~ so sweet!

After the adventure ~ waiting to be unloaded and put away.

Saying good-bye...until next time.

Happy Monday!
With Love, Camille


Jennifer Jo said...

That plate of beans and rice = soul food. My kind of meal.

Angela said...

The wreathe is beautiful. Did you make it?

Camille said...

Jennifer Jo ~ Come on over! I'll serve you up a plate. :)

Angela ~ I bought it at Home Sense and added the ribbon...maybe you could find one there, too? :)

With Love,

Jill said...

Wonderful post! Love that scholarships have been made in his memory...what a blessing.

Camille said...

Jill ~ We were so touched that they wanted to do that in his honour! Truly, such a sweet blessing to our hearts. :) Love, Camille

Katy said...

I just LOVE your door (and the beautiful wreath)! :)

Your 'ordinary' posts like this one are so sweet!

I hope you are enjoying your week!

Katy :)

Camille said...

Katy ~ You bless my heart...thank you for your sweet words! Happy weekend to you! :) Hugs, Camille

Grandmabeckyl.blogspot said...

I like these posts of ordinary days. Good idea. I don't eat hot things so siracha sauce would not be for me! Have a good weekend, my friend

Lisa said...

Love everything about this post! So many sweet things. You and Howie look so cute doing papers together, and Jared would love that salsa! How amazing that Austin's memory lives on to bring hope to others. Love and miss you guys so much!

Camille said...

Becky ~ Yes, I would advise you to avoid the Sriracha sauce in that case! It is HOT! But, yummy! Thank you for your kind words. Hugs to you. :)

Lisa ~ Looking forward to our visit....maybe I will serve beans and rice with Sriracha honour of Jared. We miss you all as well...come see us soon! Hugs all around. :)

With Love,