September 12, 2016

The Quotidian (12. 9. 16)

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

Calvin's View.



A smaller pile than last time.

Another note to another friend.

Mum back on the roster.  Just the two of us.

Sorting some of Austin's things.

The torch has been passed.

Nearing the end of the season.

Twenty-three dollars and some change.

Happy Monday Y'all!
With Love, Camille

**First three photos courtesy of Calvin ~
Thank you mu love.  XO


Patty said...

Some fun, some work, and twenty-three dollar - not a bad day! Hope you have a wonderful week, Camille!

Chelle said...

Your sons pictures are beautiful. And I love that your daughter still writes letters. I had someone tell me letters were of the past cause of email but I still send them and I love to are others too. Hope you have a wonderful day!😃

Sandy said...

Dear Camille,
Wow, what great photos from your sons' camping trip! Looked like they had a fantastic time!!!

Camille said...

Patty ~ The $23 wasn't mine....however, you are right...all wonderful things. Thank you for stopping by. Hugs to you! :)

Chelle ~ I am so sad about the letter situation...I love the old-fashioned way of doing those sorts of things. There's something so lovely about a personal note in the mail box. Thank you for your kind encouragement to Calvin...he enjoys taking photos. Hugs to you! :)

Sandy ~ It was the final trip of the summer....they did have fun. Thank you for stopping by and for being a sweet encouragement. Hugs! :)

With Love,

Cheesemakin' Mamma said...

Do the boys own their own kayaks? I've got the same Scottish basket-hilt sword Austin had. He had good taste! I'm sure that must be a very painful task of sorting his things. I'm so sorry that you have to do that. I see you are back on the paper route. How nice of you to help Emma out. I've been trying to exercise more lately. I'm tired of being out of shape! Your kids are amazing helpers in the home. What a blessing and inspiration to me as I keep working on training my kids. I require a lot of them, but I know they will thank me someday, just as your kids will or perhaps already do ;)

Camille said...

Jackie ~ No, they rented those kayaks....for five hours!! :) Thank you for your kind words about Austin...his things are slowly being sorted out. I am leaving the most difficult items until later. Your children will thank you...I am sure of it! Hugs to you. :)

With Love,