Sunday 14 December 2014


I'm feeling pretty tired on this cold and frosty morning but it is Sunday so I can go back to bed and have a snooze later if I need to.  As it is, the first wash is in and the kitchen is relatively neat and tidy.

I didn't get as much done as I'd hoped yesterday although the ironing basket is temporarily empty as mentioned yesterday and the kitchen is not too bad.  Maybe I will tackle my bedroom today - that's the real tip of the house right now.

I took some time out to go to school to do some necessary work and then over the road to Morrisons where I spent a ridiculous amount of money buying stuff, some for Christmas and some for cleaning, etc.  On the plus side I got my sixth Christmas voucher and therefore can claim my £25 off a shop between next week and the New Year and I also collected my vouchers from my Match and More card.  The match and more thing is a price comparison thing and you can choose to have your vouchers after the shop or you can save them up and then claim them (which is what I have done).  They not only compare with the main supermarkets, they also compare with Aldi and Lidl which sounds good to me!

In the evening I relaxed with Pointless and then with Strictly (most enjoyable).  I then put on the Muppets Christmas carol but fell asleep after the first quarter of an hour or so!!

Today is planning (not an awful lot though) and preparing for tomorrow which is soup making (food technology).  There will be ironing later on plus sorting out my bedroom.

Beth and Alex are over for lunch (beans on toast, a favourite with us all) and then we're going out shopping.

That's about it for today.  I hope yours is good and, Diane, wishing you and your friend safe travelling and a happy conclusion.


  1. Sounds lovely, especially the shopping.
    I love The Muppets Christmas Carol - we always watch it on the run-up to Christmas.:o)
    Have a lovely Sunday - we are having beans on toast today, too! :o)

  2. It's a fun film, isn't it? I hope your beans on toast was as nice as our beans on toast! :-)
    J x

  3. Yes, it really is a lovely film - some delightful songs and music in there, too. :o)
    Yes, the beans on toast was wonderful - we always add Bovril and a little butter to the beans, not everyone's kettle of fish I know, but the beans are particularly scrummy that way we find. :o)
    Have a good day. :o)