Hello friends! On Saturday (which was *somehow* almost a week ago!) I took part in November’s photo an hour, and it occurred to me that I hadn’t even written a blog post for October’s one yet! So that’s what I’m doing now. The chosen date was Halloween, but that isn’t actually a thing in Switzerland so for me it was just a normal Saturday. Jan was out at choir practice for most of it, leaving me to clean the flat…
9 a.m. An earlier start than usual since Jan had to be at his rehearsal by 9:30. Starting the day with tea, of course – in the best mug!
10 a.m. Getting started on another cross-stitched Christmas card.
11 a.m. Enough sitting around… time to change the bedding.
12 noon. Emptying the dishwasher (so that I can refill it…)
1 p.m. A quick break for lunch. Lentil hotpot thingy.
2 p.m. I missed the morning window for hoovering (should have done that before emptying the dishwasher!) but now quiet time is over so I’m allowed.
3 p.m. Another task that had to wait until after quiet time – taking away some recycling.
4 p.m. Home – after a stop at the supermarket. Now to clean the bathrooms.
5 p.m. “Make apple and blackberry crumble” wasn’t on my last of things I *needed* to do that day, but I made one anyway (and it was delicious).
6 p.m. Back to cross stitch while dinner cooks. (I have no memory of what we actually ate).
7 p.m. Persuaded Jan to watch Heathers with me while we ate. I don’t think he was impressed, but I still like it.
8 p.m. Still watching Heathers while cross stitching.
9 p.m. Still stitching away. Nearly finished!
10 p.m. In my pyjamas, about to go to sleep. At 10. On a Saturday. Because apparently I’m 90.
And that was my Halloween 2020. Maybe I’ll actually get round to posting November’s photo an hour soon… not that it’s any more exciting than this one but I like having them.