I have the world’s most perfect children. I know yours are lovely too, but, mine are better. Quite perfect really. More perfect than I am that’s for sure.
Started with a coffee (AGAIN!!) and bircher muesli. Not a huge fan of this one – I don’t want carrot for breakfast!
Out for some grass at lunch time.
I felt tired so I went for the wheatgrass shot.
In a wheatgrass smoothie, which had wheatgrass with orange, lime, apple and banana.
I pottered round the market. It is supposed to be open on Wednesdays during the summer but it is rather half hearted. Great to see Turnips open.
Don’t fancy these much.
I was uninspired so went to Konditor & Cook where I was pleased to discover they have started a salad bar.
I went for a taste of everything with some salmon. It was really good.
When I got home from work, feeling tired and hot, I noticed immediately that the house was not only tidy but spotlessly clean. Was it Friday, the day my cleaning lady comes? No, it’s definitely Wednesday. Perfect daughter had tidied and cleaned.
I wondered what the junk was doing in the garden. But on closer inspection it was a crazy golf course, as demonstrated here by perfect son.
My wonderful children had tidied, cleaned and then made their own entertainment which didn’t cost me anything. When you both work, you do spend a lot of money on childcare. During holidays, it is even more expensive. I have raised an eyebrow once or twice recently (massive understatement) at how much money I hand over each day and they have listened. So my perfect children had a free day at home and tidied and cleaned. And played golf.
Wait, there’s more. They also made dinner!
I came home to a home made lasagne, served with a glass of wine and salad.
How perfect are my children ?