On my days off it usually pans out like this:
6:30am - Graham's alarm goes off. He gets up, brings me a cup of tea in bed, and I start to think about waking up.
7:15am - I wake up Cam and Olivia. They grunt at me and try to hide under their duvets.
7:30am - Cam comes downstairs, eats half a melon and some toast and then goes to watch Youtube videos of other people playing computer games.
7:45am - Olivia comes downstairs and makes her packed lunch. She eats a bowl of yogurt and some toast, then floats around trying to find shoes, hairbrush, school cardie and her green pen.
8:00am - I feed the hens and collect three eggs from them. I have a cup of tea and some yogurt.
8:25am - I leave to take Olivia to school by car. Cam leaves the house about 5 minutes after us and walks to his school.
8:55am - On the way back from Olivia's school I park the car at the edge of Epping Forest and go for a 5k run. The gorse and the broom is in full flower - so bright it hurts my eyes. I see a heron flying overhead, and listen to the Northern Exposure version of Last Train to Lhasa on my headphones - one of my all time favourite pieces of music.
9:35am - I get home and have a long soak in the bath, accompanied by a whole pile of magazines and Radio 4.
10:00am - coffee and a croissant in the garden, followed by the rest of the day to myself.