A photo an hour: 11 October 2014

I feel like I only just did a photo an hour post, but the September one was, in fact, nearly a month ago and yesterday it was time for the October version.
I actually got up at 10:30, but again I wanted to take my photos at full hours, so my first one is from 11.

11 a.m. Making breakfast


12 noon. Out of the shower and on my way to get dressed.


1 p.m. Off to the supermarket for a few bits.


2 p.m. I woke up with the urge to bake, so now I’m back from shopping that’s what I’m going to do.


3 p.m. The cookie dough is chilling in the fridge, so time for a bit of cross stitch (I should really have been doing the dishes at this point, but whatever).

Snow cross stitch

4 p.m. Just finished hoovering


5 p.m. Making a couple of baked potatoes for Jan and I to eat.


6 p.m. Preparing some snacks for movie night – this will be sausage rolls.

Sausage rolls

7 p.m. Snacks and a film… now all we need is for our friends to show up. (The sausage rolls were still in the oven at this point).


Aaaand after 7 p.m. I forgot to take any more photos. For the record, our friends showed up and we watched Zombieland followed by Dogma. All the food was devoured (apart from a few cookies that I had for breakfast this morning), everyone left at midnight and then I went to bed.

For more Photo an Hour posts, see Jane’s blog Is That You Darling. Next month’s Photo an Hour will be taking place on 8th November. If you would like to join in, make a note of it now πŸ™‚

17 thoughts on “A photo an hour: 11 October 2014

  1. We love sausage rolls! My husband makes them now and then and they’re always a treat. I’m not surprised they were all eaten up. I like your “a Photo an hour” posts. I may try it sometime, but it’s unlikely I’d remember every hour without an alarm.

    1. Sausage rolls were one of the things I missed most from the UK until I realised how easy they are to make myself!

      I think a lot of people do set themselves an hourly alarm to remind them to take a photo.

    1. Cheap (self-service) bakeries have something similar made with turkey instead of pork – it’s called GeflΓΌgelrolle. Other than that I’ve never seen sausage rolls in Germany.

  2. These posts seem like so much fun … I may have to participate next time! And also stage a special day so that it’s not just a picture of me in my sweats working with a snack for 8 consecutive hours πŸ˜›

    1. Technically the rug is Jan’s. He had it before we moved in together πŸ˜‰ I specifically requested a red hoover though – I actually wanted a Henry but Germany doesn’t do them. I also have a red kettle πŸ˜‰

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