Photo an hour: 20 March 2021

I missed July’s photo an hour day – which is probably a good thing considering how many I still have to catch up on! I did, however, manage to take part in August’s date on Instagram. So now I’m finally getting round to the blog post for March. I’m actually supposed to be doing my taxes, which explains a lot…

Anyway, the chosen date for March was the 20th and this is what I got up to.

10 a.m. Heating milk for porridge (don’t worry – the kettle was also on!)

11 a.m. I was taking part in a weekend readathon so this was just the first of many reading photos.

12 noon. Still reading.

1 p.m. Finally off for a shower! By the way, all of those bottles had been refilled at a zero-waste supermarket. Hooray for reusing empties!

2 p.m. On to my second book of the day. How creepy is that cover?

3 p.m. Put the kettle back on! This time make tea for two.

4 p.m. Two books down for the readathon!

5 p.m. Off to the post box – there’s no collection on Saturdays but I wanted some fresh air.

6 p.m. Another book… and a snack.

7 p.m. Jan offered to cook so I got to carry on reading.

8 p.m. Food, not made by me. These leek and feta pastry things from LIDL are delicious but they only have them when it’s Greek special week.

9 p.m. Decided to go for a bath.

10 p.m. Baths are thirsty work!

11 p.m. More reading before going to sleep.

And that was my day. Not the most exciting to take photos of but a day spent reading is always an enjoyable day in my book. (Ha, pun totally not intended but I’m leaving it in…)

5 thoughts on “Photo an hour: 20 March 2021

  1. I usually have a bad memory for things like this but I love how doing a photo every hour is such a simply yet connective look at someone’s day. Thank you for sharing this — especially the leek and feta pastry which has reminded me how much I love food like this. I’m going to see if my local Aldi has them or something similar (we don’t have Lidl but they’re basically the same I think)!

    1. Photo an hour is always so fun to do and I enjoy looking back on old ones and seeing what I did on a particular day.

      Aldi and Lidl are pretty similar, just slightly different brands. They tend to follow each other on their “specials” weeks.

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