Lazy days are fun days
We are now into the third week of the summer holidays and I’m loving it! I must admit though some days I wish I could send my girls off on an adventure on their own whilst I vegetate but if wishes were horses beggars would ride. I’ve been watching most of the Olympic games on telly and my daughters are quite fed up with all the channel hopping. I’ve tried to make amends by getting more craft activities than they know what to do with. So all is well at the moment.
My late nights are being followed by equally late mornings and quite honestly the only reason I eventually drag myself out of bed is because I have a nagging episode from my girls which usually includes sentences like “if we don’t get breakfast now mom we’ll die” and at that point I have no option but to feed my offspring!
Contrary to popular belief lazy days don’t just happen you have to actually plan them. This usually means a trip to the shops to avoid that terrible experience of finding out the milk has miraculously evaporated during the night or somehow the refrigerator got really thirsty. If you had thoughts of a lazy day it ends right there for me anyway because what’s a morning without coffee?
Today is not a lazy day for me since it involved a trip to the post office besides it is one of the warmest days we’ve had for a while. So I’m hanging about waiting for the weather to cool down and then a trip to the park with the girls so if a lazy day is declared tomorrow they’ll have very little reason to complain! It’s a win-win situation.