I had a great post, all ready to go, about how we organize the books on our shelves (exciting, I know), when I saw the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: A Day in My Life. I had a typical day planned – cooking, groceries, cleaning, cooking – with the addition of currently atypical good weather and the kids being home for spring break. Here’s how we spent our day.
6:00 am First things first. Coffee.
6:05 am My writing station, complete with green mug.
7:00 am Making lunch for husband.
8:00 am Body weight workout.
9:00 am Breakfast: Boiled egg with salt, Greek yogurt with honey, coffee with cream and sugar, newspaper
9:30 am Washing breakfast dishes.
10:00 am Prepping dinner for the crockpot.
10:00 am Onion saute with taco seasoning.
10:30 am Kids coloring addition-color-by-numbers. Their choice.
11:00 am Visiting dad at work.
11:30 am Pansies at the grocery store.
11:30 am Grocery shopping with the kids. Always fun.
12:30 pm Kids’ lunch: Fluffernutters.
12:30 pm My lunch: Ham and cheese lettuce wrap.
1:30 pm Reading in the sun while the kids play.
1:30 pm At the park with friends.
1:30 pm Flannery O’Connor’s “Wise Blood.”
2:00 pm Daughter walking to the duck pond with a big green ball.
2:00 pm Volleyball at the park.
2:00 pm Reading while the kids play.
2:30 pm Bare branches, ready for spring.
3:00 pm Son’s sandy volleyball feet.
3:30 pm Me making our spring wreath
4:00 Our forsythia wreath for spring.
4:30 pm Emptying the dishwasher for dinner dishes.
4:30 pm Shredded chicken for tacos.
5:00 pm Making simple syrup for cocktails.
5:00 pm Happy hour! Rum sour.
5:15 pm Making guacamole.
5:30 Making salsa.
6:00 pm The dinner table.
7:30 Taco destruction.
8:00 pm Iron Man 2 for family movie night.