Sunday, 1 June 2014

One Day In May

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Two years ago I decided to take a snapshot(s) of my life during one day in May.
Today I decided to do the same.
Here is what I did on the last day of May 2014.
It began with a run to collect the car after a boozy Wine Quiz the previous evening at the local cricket club.
It was my first run in five months after a nasty achilles injury and I was pleased that I managed the 1.5 miles without stopping.

On the way home I stopped off at our local supermarket for some supplies.


My favourite weekend breakfast of boiled egg and soldiers while reading the papers.


By lunchtime we were in the car and on the way to drop my son off to play cricket.

Next to the cricket club was a family fun day and my husband made a much needed pit stop with a cup of tea and a burger.

While I enjoyed a cup of tea.


As the cricket match usually takes around six to eight hours Paul and I decided to drive into Liverpool for some shopping.

We returned just in time for Ben's innings - a very respectable 41 runs.
His highest score in an adults' match.

Waiting until the bitter end to discover the match was a draw!
We arrived home at 9pm and enjoyed a takeaway before an early night for an early yoga class on Sunday.

9 comments:

  1. Gr8 pics with a spirited start!

    X

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  2. Great pics from your daily life!
    Sabine xxx

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  3. Sounds like a great day! Our weekend started and ended with cricket! X

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  4. Enjoyed your day in May. You and your family seem to fit a lot into one day. Busy people. Sorry the match ended in a draw, that always seems unsatisfactory somehow.

    Darla

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  5. Looks like a full, fun day! xxx

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  6. Looks like a fun, sunshine-y day! x

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  7. Great pictures and what a busy day but a fun one though by the sounds of it xx

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  8. Quite interesting.. seems like you got a lot done in one day.
    I should try this ;)

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  9. I think we all love to see what other get up to (we are obviously a nosey lot) so this is a perfect post. Well done on your sons innings, such a shame they drew.

    X x

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