Day to Day Life: Week Thirty-Nine

This week. . . where has it gone? I don’t know, but it looked a little like this:

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Rainy and overcast days bring some of my favorite skylines. They always have.

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I am picking our tomatoes more or less daily. I’ve canned sauces, diced tomatoes, made salsas… I am always so happy with the produce that comes from hard work and the efforts we put into our gardens this past year.

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These tacos. Yes. We ate them twice this week.

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Homemade tortillas and sauces also means we get to eat chilaquiles. And yes, we’ll be having those twice this week as well – for dinner tonight when my husband gets back from music rehearsal.

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Walking around SOU, where I went to school, I found this.

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Somebody has no hair this week… and has co-written a handful of excellent songs with his dad.

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Apple pear plum butter! With Southern Oregon fruit.

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Stare (stair) down.

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I had a morning to myself and that promptly meant eating an egg filled with soyrizo and American cheese out of the cast iron skillet for breakfast.

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Wish.

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I made an apple cinnamon coffee cake one night that I will share sometime. It was fluffy and delicious.

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Focus.

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Fall colors.

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Little girlfriend.

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Momofuku banana cream pie. Except I made a nutmeg vanilla bean shortbread crust instead of the 30-step chocolate cookie crumble crust the original recipe asked for.

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Coho salmon for a version of these tacos for dinner with friends last night.

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Another rainy game. This QB played his ass off today.

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