Look at the colors on those plums and kiwi. Our host left them in a bowl for us. I used to wonder why people would buy pre-cooked beets. On the road, I get it.
About seven miles today. Art is wearing his protective coloration.
In the opening paragraph of her new novel, “I Will Send Rain,” Rae Meadows notes: “There had been no rain for 72 days and counting. The mercury would climb past a hundred today and no doubt again tomorrow.” Set in Oklahoma’s Dust Bowl in 1932, the book is the affecting story of the Bell family endeavoring to maintain their farm during endless drought. The privations the four endure are monumental. (Thank you, Brookerz!)
“Police work wouldn't be possible without coffee," Wallander said.
"No work would be possible without coffee."
They pondered the importance of coffee in silence.”
― Henning Mankell,
Grilled cheese and red onion on sourdough.