A very domestic day in the life of ...
Wake myself up by having a shower. Long and hot. Pears soap.
Drop the children at school. Day 2 of the final term for 2005.
Meet a friend at the local nursery for a cup of tea and plant buying spree. Herb seedlings, some native grass seedlings ...
... and a delicious clematis. (Clemahtis, or Clemaytis?)
Home. Hang out the washing. Plant most of the plants.
Make bread (in the bread machine).
A quick lunch. Good grief, look at that butter sculpture! I didn't notice that at the time.
Half an hour of blogging and emails, then some (paid) work on the computer. Like my mouse mat? A present from a friend who travels to the US for work a couple of times a year.
Collect the children from school. And just for a certain someone, I stop to take a photo of a signpost that I pass every day.
Bake kiwifruit & coconut muffins for afternoon tea with the children. Burn the tray of mini ones.
The rest of the day is undocumented. (I ran out of steam).
No.1 Son made pizza for dinner. No.2 Son and I put together two bar stools purchased at Freedom, with 8 bolts and 2 allen keys. (He did a better job on his stool than I did, and wants to mark his somehow so he always sits on 'his' stool.) Bodies were bathed, stories were read, knitting was undertaken, and finally, bedtime arrived.
Phew! I managed a whole self portrait self documentation without a single picture of me.