The sun was setting down the street about a week ago,
... well, it was actually setting everywhere in the area, more or less, but it only looked like this down at the end of our street.
And I made a favorite summer pasta by dicing up some of the amazingly-red-inside-and-out tomatoes that came from the farm down the road,
And picking some basil from the basil plants in the garden outside, and mincing that up, too,
And cutting 8 ounces of mozzarella into small chunks, and adding all all once to the warm pasta just cooked, so the mozzarella got kinda melty.
And then I grated some romano on top, and ground a little pepper, too,
And then tossed some baby spinach with a vinaigrette made from olive oil, white balsamic, and dijon mustard.
And we ate it all sitting on the side porch steps, and sat there until the sun had mostly gone.
And also until the bugs got very buggy.
But by that time we had finished up the pasta, anyway.