10 a.m. I’m up! Instead of starting yet another photo an hour post with a picture of a cup of tea, I went with my slippers. Immediately after taking this I of course put the kettle on :-D
11 a.m. Haven’t moved from the sofa yet! Here’s a photo of some of the creatures that live there.
12 noon. Jan got up and put the kettle on again, so I decide to have another cuppa before going for my shower.
1 p.m. Showered and dressed, time to dry my hair.
2 p.m. Midday quiet time is over, so now we’re allowed to put together the spare bed. But first these boxes need to get out of the way.
3 p.m. Space cleared, now to do something with these bed parts! (Or so I thought, what actually happened was I took the picture while Jan hoovered the space where the bed was going to go. Then I said I was going to see if we had any mail, Jan asked me to pop to the shop for milk and I returned to find him sitting at the table claiming he hadn’t been able to find the bits for the bed (screws, etc.) 20 minutes of searching in boxes later, I went and examined the bed only to find the parts already attached to it! Apparently he hadn’t looked particularly far. So we were finally ready to start assembling the bed just in time for the next photo…)
4 p.m. This is the way we assemble a bed!
5 p.m. Finished! All I need to do now is wash the quilt cover and another pillow case, then we’ll be ready for visitors.
6 p.m. Watching a bit of Celebrity Mastermind.
7 p.m. Tea nearly ready. Vegetable chilli in case anyone is wondering. We ate it with tortilla wraps and a tonne of cheese.
8 p.m. Loading the dishwasher. I love my dishwasher!
9 p.m. Eurovision time! Snacks and drinks at the ready.
10 p.m. Watching Eurovision. Perfect timing with this picture :-D (The cartoon men were my favourite part of Sweden’s entry)
11 p.m. Still Eurovisioning, still drinking.
Midnight. Finally points time! The end is in sight.
1 a.m. I went to put my pyjamas on and took a photo of the bed I was preparing to get into (say hi to Eeyore!). I then went back to the living room, where Jan had insisted on turning on the computer for a work thing. Yawn! By 1.30 p.m I was in bed though, so the last photo of the day still fits.
So, that was a typical Saturday in Switzerland. New country, but not much difference (as evidenced by my this photo an hour post from February). Photo and hour takes place every month. If you want to take part next time, keep an hour on Jane and Louisa’s blogs, Is That You Darling and Duck in a Dress, and also the hash tag #photoanhour on Twitter.