Day Eighteen: In which one goes against one's grain

5 thoughts on “Day Eighteen: In which one goes against one's grain”

  1. it kind of pained me to see those cucumbers that way. why oh why do we veer towards the ordinary? i have a drawer full of cukes from my dad’s garden (which is apparently doing better than mine this year, at least in that department) and hereby vow to slice them lengthways.

    i’m keeping up with you. only two more days until we leave on the roadtrip, and then i can be totally lazy and let the new things just keep on coming until this challenge is over. however, with a bit more time on my hands, i have a few tricks i want to try during some boring-hotel-room downtime.

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  2. Oreo, I’m pretty sure you’re not only keeping up, but outdoing me on this challenge. As for “boring-hotel-room tricks”. . . hmmm. Let’s keep it clean here. This is a family blog.

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