Ten.Seven Hundred & Eighty-Three
I remember that I turned off the alarm. That’s why there is so much light.
I’m worried that I will get this all sweaty before I meet them. But there will be no time for changing clothes between the baseball games and meeting them at the winery.
First the dough for the galettes. I stick a cup of water into the back of the freezer.
In the message she says that one of our sister’s died. How is that possible? How? We are so young and yet 2 of our sisters have died already. How?
Prep chicken, slice the plums, empty the dishwasher, yell at them to get their baseball gear together, visually inspect the house before leaving to ensure there’s nothing else that should be done before you go.
A breeze. He’s pitching for the first time. I watch him strike out 2 players before another parents rushed over to tell me that little one got hit in the head with a ball.
It’s so hot that the ice cream melts before I can eat it all.
2015 Navarro Vineyards Unfiltered Pinot Noir. Roast chicken; heirloom tomatoes with a drizzle of olive oil, a sprinkle of maldon salt, and freshly cracked pepper; Brentwood sweet corn with butter and parsley; kale salad with figs and prosciutto.