It’s 05:45, and I’m drinking a cup of Irish Breakfast Tea before driving a mile down the road to help Lafayette Noda spray herbicide around the Noda’s blueberry bushes. Along with the tea, I’m having a packet of oatmeal, topped with plain yogurt (purchased from a brother and sister team at the farmers’ market who only have one cow) and boiled cider syrup, purchased from King Arthur Flour.
Kate woke up a bit when the alarm went off, but now she’s back to sleep. The kitchen is full of half-unpacked boxes; we’re slowly finding new homes for everything, but it’s a frustratingly slow process, this re-cataloging. Fun, though, in places, trying to come up with classifications for various drawers.
- Things that Measure (spoons, cups) as well as Concave Things (ladles)
- Gadgets With Moving Parts (pizza cutters, can openers)
- Baking Things (muffin tins, cookie sheets, silpat liners)