Hello lovely readers! Yesterday was February’s photo an hour date, which of course reminded me that I hadn’t actually written my post for last month’s photos yet. And so here I am attempting to catch up. The chosen date for January was the 16th. As usual it wasn’t the most exciting of days, but here it is anyway.
10 a.m. The day always starts with tea.
11 a.m. Time for a shower.
12 noon. Went down to collect the mail and was very excited to find this book had been delivered.
1 p.m. Putting on a load of laundry (having taken an identical photo yesterday I suddenly realise just how boring my life is!).
2 p.m. Quiet time is over so the hoover can come out.
3 p.m. Sat down to read for 15 minutes while I waited for the washing machine to finish.
4 p.m. On the way back from taking away the organic waste and recycling. As you can see, we had snow.
5 p.m. An appropriate candle for the whiteness outside!
6 p.m. Time to make some food.
7 p.m. Tuna pasta bake is ready!
8 p.m. Watching Green Book.
9 p.m. The film finished!
10 p.m. A spot of reading before bed.
11 p.m. Bedtime with Eeyore.
And there you have it. Another boring lockdown Saturday* Hopefully I will get this month’s post up faster!
(*Disclaimer: we are not actually in “lockdown”. Although shops (other than supermarkets/DIY stores/flower shops), museums, zoos, galleries, restaurants, bars are closed we can go out and meet people if we want to, hairdressers are open, public transport is running. We can’t do much but we are not in lockdown. And personally I don’t want to go to crowded places anyway.)
6 thoughts on “A Photo an Hour: 16 January 2021”
Pandemic permitting, maybe next time you should make this an excuse to spend a day doing things you really enjoy and find interesting?
I usually don’t realise it’s coming up until the night before (or this month when I go on Instagram and see other people posting their photos 😅). Anyway I see the point if photo an hour as being to show whatever I happen to be doing and weekends are my only opportunity to do housework – and hoovering/taking away recycling can’t be done on Sundays (noise laws).
Fair enough! I just wanted to see “a day for you”!
Lots of reading. I love that. And snowy days are my favorite.
Starting the day with tea is always a good idea in my books! And it sounds like you have some productive days even when in lockdown. Yay for bookmail and the bake for dinner sounded lovely 😋
Every day starts with tea 🙂
I swear the amount of housework I have to do has increased since lockdown!