Writing the Everyday // day 3: dishes

4.23.20 dishes

Clean the sink before dinner to make cooking easier.

Wash the cook prep dishes as Ant or the toaster oven or the crock pot cooks the meal.

Eat dinner while watching a movie, playing a game, or just the two of us at the dinner table.

Put the dinner dishes in the sink, with the intention to wash them in a few minutes.

A couple hours later add the ice cream bowls and spoons to the sink too.

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Quarantine Day 33 // On Writing, Reading, and Doing the Work

Yallwest this year has been cancelled and they switched it to an online event called Y’all Stay Home, to support the quarantine. I spent a lot of time Sunday night looking at the panels and the special events and scrolling through the authors who are participating.

I can smell the ocean and the salt. I can see the bright Southern California sunshine and Downtown Los Angeles. I can see the overpasses and exchanges. To this day, it blows my mind that someone designed those and hundreds of people drive across them without them collapsing on the road below them. An architect of roads, I am not.

The author line-up page is this beautiful spread in alphabetical order and next to the author’s name is the cover of their most recent book. I browsed through the page, clicking on the author’s picture, visiting their website and reading about their books.

I miss browsing bookstores.

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