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Tesco, breakfast, pub, food, bed

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walk the dog (small walk)

breakfast

work from home or exam prep

help little one with homework

walk the dog again (big walk)

<one or more of-> wash car/DIY/cleaning up/go to skip

late sunday lunch

work from home or exam prep

bath little one

bit of xbox/Monshi Monsters/whatever with little one

put little one to bed

work from home or exam prep

walk the dog (small walk)

bed

 

With or without hangover.

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My one day off, spend time with kids, cook family sunday roast and chill

 

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This last Sunday we hired bikes and cycled to the beach and back, then round town a bit.

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First Church, a Sunday roast, read 'The Times' in the summer house, then A Catherine Cookson TV serial.

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Go shopping with the wife in my "chariot", then wait for family to come we normally have 10-12 on a Sunday for lunch. Today watched a good F1 race, then 2 footy games while grandkids ran riot outside lol

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I went into town and had a roast lunch, three slices of roast beef, five roast potatoes, a few sprouts, carrots and peas - didn't eat much of the last two

then I looked round a few shops and came home.

 

I made the sons roast chicken and mashed potatoes and peas and carrots when I got home - I didn't have any of course.

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I went into town and had a roast lunch, three slices of roast beef, five roast potatoes, a few sprouts, carrots and peas - didn't eat much of the last two

then I looked round a few shops and came home.

 

I made the sons roast chicken and mashed potatoes and peas and carrots when I got home - I didn't have any of course.

 

What other things do you do of a Sunday Cressida?

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Sleep as I'm usually worn out after all that:P

 

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reading near the balcony in the sunshine. Really relaxing.

 

I must do that - when it becomes warmer, are you abroad?

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I really have to state that I have no recollection of posting this thread whatsoever. Looks a good thread though.

 

I went to Castleton toady and it is was full of posers. All in trendy walking gear and big sticks. All talking in accented middle class voices 'Ya - I feel I must pontificate on my dreadful co having bad carvery eating habits'. 'My darling the toast will be fine! We are walking'

 

Set of . . . . . . .

 

 

 

 

 

People.

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