Sunday… page 164

Day 273 – 12/13/2020

As of 3:30pm I’d moved just enough today to let Kim know I was still alive. He walked early this morning, made Saturday breakfast for Sunday, we both spaced off via the internet, and watched Mahomes & Company whoop up on Miami, although we were none too sure for a while there. Kim’s making a grocery and On The Rocks run and then we’ll be tucked in until tomorrow. Sundays in #lfk are quiet as the prairie.

Yesterday he made a loaf of banana-salted-almond-chocolate bread and glazed it with powdered sugar mixed with pineapple juice. Oh my. Tasty. Good thing I can leave it alone once it cools off.

Texted with John for a bit this morning, a dependable day-maker. Nobody makes me laugh harder or cry sweeter tears… and what we don’t talk about stays with me more than anything I read or hear anywhere.

This resonates with me, even though I don’t have students:

One grandma was born in 1889, a grandpa in 1899. Late 1900s sounds just like that. Yikes.

With dark happening by 5pm we never mind being in where it’s cozy before then. Kimmers is back, groceries stowed, and I’m ready to rest from the day’s strenuous labors.

Photo Credits: Kim Smith 12/13/2020

Top photo: Current occupant of Sunflower Bike Shop’s front window

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Dee A Poe
    Dec 13, 2020 @ 17:24:47

    What a good Sunday for you, and that bread sounds divine! If I thought I’d get around to trying to make it I’d ask for the recipe, but for now, I’m so glad you have such a talented and thoughtful hubby!

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    • Judy Smith
      Dec 13, 2020 @ 17:47:59

      Easy-peasy:
      Banana bread mix
      2 or 3 black bananas
      Break up a salted-almond chocolate bar and add to mix

      Stir pineapple juice into powdered sugar ’til right amount and consistency for glaze

      But it’s only easy if you have moments to yourself in the kitchen. 💋

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